How long do you smoke a brisket at 200 degrees?

Chef's answer
With the brisket prepared you need to get the smoker ready. You will want a fire of about 200 F to 230 F (95 C to 110 C). At this temperature, you can expect the cooking time to be about 1 1/2 hours per pound.25 Oct 2019
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