No problem! Take your finished butt or brisket from the cooker and wrap it in two or more layers of aluminum foil. Then wrap the foil-wrapped meat in beach towels or blankets. Place this in a cooler and the meat will hold for several hours. You can increase the time you can safely hold your meat in a cooler by pouring boiling water into the cooler to prewarm it, and then dumping the water out before adding the meat. Some folks also add a pre-heated brick or two to keep providing heat as you hold it in the cooler.

Of course, you can also place your meat in an oven set on its lowest temperature to keep the meat warm

Post time: Oct-25-2022