Is 260 too hot for brisket?

Chef's answer
Only up to about 250 to 260 degrees maximum for the internal Pit Temp. will work for a really good brisket. ... As long as the internal temperature of the meat stays between 140 to 160, it is safe.1 Oct 2004
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