Stubby’s Barbeque Sauce (3/5)

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The numbers tell a fair amount of the story, but I’d urge folks to try this.  The taste is something for those of you who like the sweet stuff, but the consistency leans towards the “can I stick this meat product in a pool of it and let it sit overnight” variety.  For backyard grillers, this will be somewhat of a challenge to quickly grill a piece of chicken or pork or steak and have this coat said product without burning off or using a whole bottle.

Having said that, if you were to bath a meat product in this concoction, you’d end up with somewhat rather tasty – leaning on the side of extreme sweet BBQ sauce.  I could envision a crock pot filled with cocktail wieners bathing in this sugary-tomatoey-vinegary juice.  The spices are in good proportion and the spices are plentiful enough to taste.

Got a crockpot or willing to bathe your brisket in this stuff?  It’s worth a shot.

If you’re a backyard griller, you might opt for something a bit on the thicker side.

Smell  3
Taste  4
Consistency  2
Ingredients   2
Label and marketing   3

Ingredients: tomato concentrate made from vine ripened tomatoes, distilled vinegar, sugar, high fructose corn syrup, salt, garlic, onion, paprika, natural flavors.

Marketing thought:  I am starting to develop a theory here.  Stubby’s has been in business 57 years.  And like many other sauce makers that originate from a live BBQ joint, some of the sauce are great and some are not so great.  The success of a restaurant does not at all mean their bottled version of sauce will

a) be close to the same taste as what they serve in the restaurant,   or

b) be any good at all.

This is a good sauce don’t get me wrong, but maybe not in same league as their restaurant, which is could be something special (based on second hand internet knowledge, that is found here).

Website: stubbysbbq.com (for some reason this wasn’t working for me)
Phone:   1.800.36.sauce

Site Editor, BBQ Sauce Lover, Family Guy, Hi Tech Marketer by Day. He recently wrote the Ebook “How to Market Your BBQ Sauce” which can be purchased on this site.

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