Kerlin BBQ, East Cesar Chavez

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AUSTIN | Kerlin BBQ might not appear on many of the top ten BBQ in Austin lists you see floating around but make no mistake, the BBQ at Kerlin is legit. Bill Kerlin only set up his BBQ truck in 2014, and hadn’t even smoked brisket until he moved to Texas in 2011. These days those in the know head to Kerlin BBQ for the famous brisket, which is smoked in an open pit over post oak for about 12 hours at 400°F, as well as the sausages and pork ribs.

The space is basic – smoker, truck for sales and a big covered spot with communal tables. Depending on the day and time there might be yard games going on and live music being played. The sides can be hit and miss here, but that’s beside the point really as the focus is squarely where it should be – on the BBQ.

If the great food isn’t enough of a reason to get you over to Kerlin, there’s even free Lone Star beer. As a final sweetener, the lines at Kerlin range from non-existent to nice and short compared to the other more popular spots in town, although with food this good, they might not be short for long.

Kerlin BBQ

1700 E Cesar Chavez Street
Austin
Texas 78702
United States

Telephone: 512 412 5588
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://kerlinbbq.com/

Open
Thu – Sun: 11:00am to 4:00pm

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