Whatever the occasion, Julie’s Grills To Go is your solution for smoking delicious meats and seafood, without breaking the bank.

Our high-quality smoking equipment can help you create great BBQ.

Smoking a cost-effective yet delicious Boston Pork Butt is sure to impress your guests.


  1. Apply your favorite rub to a Boston Butt and let rest as the smoker is prepared, approximately 30 minutes.
  2. Prepare your smoker using natural charcoal and wood chunks. For a milder smoke use pecan or apple chunks. For a more pronounced smoke use hickory.
  3. Once your smoker is running at a consistent 225 degrees Fahrenheit, place the pork on the smoker fat side up, and positioned for indirect heat.
  4. Smoke the pork for 4-5 hours, then wrap the pork tightly with butcher paper and return the pork back to the smoker to continue the cooking process until the internal temperature of the pork reaches 195-205 degrees Fahrenheit. This can take up to 14 hours depending on the size of the meat. (The wrapping method can be skipped if a more developed bark is desired).
  5. Remove the pork from the smoker when done and let rest for at least 60 minutes.

  6. Pull and shred pork and serve with your favorite BBQ sauce.


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