Micklethwait Craft Meats

1309 Rosewood Ave.
Austin, TX 78702

Phone: (512) 791-5961
Hours: W-Sat 11-3 & 4:30-8, Sun 11-3
Website: www.craftmeats.com
Twitter: @CraftMeats
Facebook: www.facebook.com/MIcklethwaitCraftMeats/info

Opened 2012
Pitmaster Tom Micklethwait
Method Oak in an indirect heat pit

TMBBQ Rating: 4.25

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Delicious!!! Beef rib is as big as my forearm! Brisket was fabulous, fell apart just looking at it. Peach cobbler was a nice finish.
Nicole Martin @ Louie Mueller Barbecue, 2015-07-28 18:00:52
Great beans sides. Best on their menu appeared to be the pork ribs fall of the bone tasted little sweet and not to smoked just right. Brisket good flavor but felt it was little dry.
Rudy Rodriguez @ Longhorn Cattle Company Barbecue and Steak Restaurant, 2015-07-28 14:18:04
Got the sausage, ribs and brisket! All really good. Brisket was moist and had good flavor. Side are good and I like the big slice of
Sherry Gaither @ City Market, 2015-07-27 18:05:14
The king of Lockhart; BBQ done right. Man their sausage links are so good I'd crawl over hot coals just for a link. Jalapeño cheddar sausage is handmade and out of this world. Pork ribs had excellent peppery taste and was tender as pork ribs can be. Brisket was almost perfect; moist and nice smoke ring; very slightly inconsistent and a little bit more crust would've been nice. For a town rightfully named BBQ Capital of Texas, this place is the golden star.
Rahul Yaratha @ Kreuz Market, 2015-07-26 18:34:44
Awesome Q!!!!
Craig Crossan @ Opie’s Barbecue, 2015-07-26 17:23:32
Great beef and fried chicken!
kyle craven @ The Slow Bone, 2015-07-26 17:12:45
Great
jeff hodges @ Hutchins BBQ, 2015-07-26 11:50:30
Been to the bunkhouse a couple times love there sausage
doug_wallace @ Bunkhouse Barbeque, 2015-07-25 23:10:09
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October 29, 2013

There’s a trailer in East Austin that is creating a new target for what it means to be a complete barbecue joint. Micklethwait Craft Meats not only serves great smoked meats, they also bake their own bread and desserts, all the sides and sauce are homemade, and they start with dry beans from a sack rather than from a can. As if the time required to make great barbecue wasn’t already a big enough hurdle,…