Stiles Switch BBQ & Brew

6610 N. Lamar Blvd.
Austin, TX 78757

Phone: 512-380-9199
Hours: Sun & Tue-€“Thur 11-€“9, Fri & Sat 11-€“10
Website: stilesswitchbbq.com
Twitter: @StilesSwitchBBQ

Opened 2011
Pitmaster Lance Kirkpatrick
Method Post oak; indirect-heat pit
Pro Tip Ask for your Thorndale sausage "dry," meaning smoked longer.

TMBBQ Rating: 4

Texas Monthly BBQ Top 50

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The brisket was the big winner today. Beautiful crust with a thick ring. Enough fat to keep it moist and with lots of flavor. They topped off my order with what must have been a half pound of burnt end and I got a free beer cause the one I paid for kicked the keg. Love the switch.
pk @ Stiles Switch BBQ & Brew, 2014-08-09 00:33:25
Seriously solid brisket! The pork loins a great and the sausages are good also. So good. Legit pit!
Jonas Black @ Stiles Switch BBQ & Brew, 2014-07-17 09:55:47
Had sliced brisket which was very moist and tasty. Also has the Texas Frito pie... Yummy
dayolddoughnut @ Stiles Switch BBQ & Brew, 2014-05-22 21:57:32
Wow!!! This is one of the BBQ place I've eaten! Serious food!
Rodney @ Stiles Switch BBQ & Brew, 2014-05-06 12:31:53
Ate late lunch this afternoon. Thorndale sausage and smoked turkey. Sausage fair. Turkey pretty good. Not a real fan of the sauce. 3 stars at best.
Ken Melton @ Stiles Switch BBQ & Brew, 2014-03-21 23:12:20
Went for dinner. Not sure if it was due to the later hour (7pm), but lean brisket was cold, dry and tough. Moist brisket was pretty good and ribs were better. Sides are really good, especially the corn casserole. People are cool and they have one of the better beer selections you'll find.
Jimmy Canning @ Stiles Switch BBQ & Brew, 2014-02-28 16:20:09
Everything is tremendous today. The sausage is full of the flavor, the brisket is moist, and the ribs are smoky and tender. So good.
pk @ Stiles Switch BBQ & Brew, 2014-01-04 18:03:09
Yum
scott_crow @ Stiles Switch BBQ & Brew, 2013-11-27 14:44:21
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Reviews

May 14, 2013

This place comes with rock-solid credentials: The pitmaster, Lance Kirkpatrick, worked under Bobby Mueller at Taylor’s Louie Mueller Barbecue for nine years. Following that, he briefly succumbed to the lure of a fine-dining kitchen, but last year Austin entrepreneur Shane Stiles beckoned Kirkpatrick to the pits once again. We’re grateful he did. Only a year after taking over the corner of a little shopping center, Kirkpatrick seems to have the hang of his surroundings. A…

February 5, 2012

Austin has traditionally been a jumping off point for barbecue trips to famous towns like Lockhart, Luling, Taylor, and Llano. Great barbecue seems to surround Austin, but the city has been getting a reputation of its own as a barbecue destination. Some have even started to question if there’s a need to trek the forty-five minutes from Austin to Lockhart. Franklin Barbecue started these questions, and the Austin crowd got louder after John Mueller’s return….