Country Boy Bar BQ Sauce

Country Boy Bar BQ Sauce & Marinade:

Indulge in the rich sugarcane molasses, brown sugar, tangy citrus, and sharp cider vinegar bite, all harmoniously blended in Hunter's "Country Boy." This savory creation boasts notes of light wood smoke with a hint of sweet aromatic spice.

Perfect Bar BQ Sauce on Ribs!

Get set for a flavor adventure into Bar BQ Sauce perfection! Whether grilling, Bar BQ-ing, Baking or Dipping, Bar BQ sauce transforms any dish.  Elevate your meals with  Hunter's Country Boy Bar BQ Sauce that's sweet, savory with a tiny pop of heat. Let's dive in and unleash the saucy magic!



Welcome to the kingdom of flavor, where barbecue reigns supreme! If you've ever craved the succulent taste of barbecue ribs that rival your favorite rib shack or restaurant, you're in for a treat. Today, we present to you the recipe for Hunter's All-American Bar BQ Ribs with Country Boy Bar BQ Sauce– a culinary delight made in Charlotte, promising to tantalize your taste buds with every bite.


  • 1-2 racks of full pork spare ribs
  • 3/4 cup Hunter's "Country Boy" Bar BQ sauce
  • 6 tbsp. Hunter's "Smoked Rub" dry rub (per rack of ribs)
  • 2 tbsp. salt (optional)


  1. Place your spare ribs in a zip-lock bag and generously coat both sides with 1/4 cup of Hunter's "Country Boy" Bar BQ sauce per rack. Seal the bag and refrigerate for a marination period of 4 to 24 hours.
  2. When ready to cook, remove the ribs from the marinade, shake off any excess, and discard the marinade. Do not rinse the meat.
  3. Light the grill and wait for 20 minutes or until the coals turn white. Add your choice of wood chips over the coals and close the grill for 10 minutes (ensure grill vents are fully open).
  4. Check for visible flames; if present, close the grill for an additional 3 minutes.
  5. Place the ribs on the grill at a temperature of 275 to 325 degrees. Monitor and flip the ribs for even cooking.
  6. When the ribs are 70% cooked, season both sides evenly with Hunter's "Smoked Rub."
  7. At 90% completion, glaze both sides with Hunter's "Country Boy" Bar BQ sauce.
  8. Once fully cooked, let the BBQ ribs rest for 7 minutes at room temperature.
  9. Slice the ribs and savor the moment – just be cautious not to hurt yourself in the process!

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Bar BQ Cooking (Q & A's):

Q: Can I use baby back ribs instead of spare ribs?

A: Yes, you can substitute baby back ribs, but adjust cooking times accordingly.

Q: Is the salt in the ingredients necessary?

A: The salt is optional and can be adjusted based on personal preference.

Q: Can I use a gas grill instead of charcoal?

A: While charcoal adds a distinct flavor, a gas grill can be used with a smoker box for a similar result.

Q: What can I use if I don't have Hunter's "Smoked Rub"?

A: You can try a store-bought dry rub with similar smoky flavors, but Hunter's "Smoked Rub" is highly recommended.

Q: Can I refrigerate leftover ribs?

A: Yes, leftover ribs can be refrigerated and reheated for a delicious next-day treat.

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