Grab a bottle of Gabrick Barbecue brand "Sweet Heat sauce at your local H-E-B Grocery Store.
These beef back ribs were slathered in our spicy "Rebel Red" sauce as a binder and then lightly covered with salt & pepper. You can also use peanut oil as a binder.
Prepare a Weber kettle, UDS drum or offset smoker with the wood of your choice. For this cook we wanted that sweet tasting cherry smoke. Try to create to zones. Meat on one side, fire source on the other for the "indirect method".
Cook indirect between 275 - 300°.
Spritz with apple cider vinegar when meat appears dry.
Around 195°, begin to apply a thin layer of sweet heat barbecue sauce. Let glaze set and then remove from heat wrapping meat in foil to rest. .