The Woodlands BBQ Festival set for Sept. 25
August 2, 2016 - bbq set
This Galleria-area Brisket House is owned by pitmaster Wayne Kammerl, who pays reverence to his alma mater with a “Aggie Special.” It’s your collect of meats served on grocer paper along with a cube of cheddar cheese, a whole pickle, half an onion and bread.
This Galleria-area Brisket House is owned by pitmaster Wayne Kammerl, who pays reverence to his alma mater with a “Aggie Special.” It’s your collect of meats served on grocer paper along with a cube of
More than a dozen of a area’s best smoked meats purveyors will attend in a initial the Woodlands BBQ Festival set for Sunday, Sept. 25 during Town Green Park, a Woodlands.
Tickets are now accessible online for a eventuality that will underline sum samplings from a eventuality designed to showcase a area’s flourishing grill culture. Tickets are $60 for ubiquitous acknowledgment (1 to 5 p.m.) and $120 for VIP tickets that includes early entrance (noon), a t-shirt and dual splash tickets.
The festival is identical in range and intentions to a Houston Barbecue Festival, that noted a fourth year in May. In fact, a founders of a Houston Barbecue Festival, Michael Fulmer, and J.C. Reid (Houston Chronicle grill columnist), are consulting on a festival lineup.
While a website is still adding participants to a lineup we know a following grill operations will be smoking meats: CorkScrew BBQ in Spring; Southside Market Barbecue in Elgin; Tejas Chocolate in Tomball; Tin Roof BBQ in Atascocita; Spring Creek Barbecue (various locations); and Blood Bros. BBQ, Pinkerton’s BBQ, SouthernQ BBQ, Roegels Barbecue Co. and a Brisket House in Houston.
Organizers pronounced there will be a sum of 16 grill operations represented during a festival.
The festival will advantage a Pulmonary Hypertension Association.