Smokehouse BBQ - 26 oz

  • A 26 oz. bottle of Smokehouse BBQ seasoning from Excalibur
  • A side-view of a bottle of Smokehouse BBQ seasoning from Excalibur
Availability: Ships Same Business Day
Shipping Weight:
2.00 LBS
Ship Dims:
3.00 x 7.00 x 4.00 (in)
Sugar, Salt, Paprika, Spices (Including Pepper, Celery Seed), Garlic Powder, Natural Hickory Smoke Flavor (Contains Maltodextrin), Citric Acid.
Season to taste.


Smokehouse BBQ Seasoning & Rub

Excalibur Seasonings

One of our most popular seasoning shakers, and our most popular and versatile barbecue seasoning, this Smokehouse BBQ Seasoning from Excalibur is great for almost anything! You can use it as a rub on any kind of meat, but it works especially well with pork butt, pork shoulder, and briskets. It is also a great seasoning to use to enhance the flavor of your fish, poultry, pork, or steak. Or use it to spice up your vegetables, casseroles, roasted or baked potatoes, soups, sloppy joes, and more! This is a perfect seasoning to use to season any kind of protein before grilling, roasting, sauteing, or baking.


  • 26 oz shaker
  • 2 per case


  • Pork Butts/Shoulder - Liberally coat and rub on meat before smoking
  • Chicken - Liberally coat and rub chicken prior to grilling or marinate overnight
  • Roast - Rub liberally over beef or pork roast prior to baking. Bake at 350 degrees 1 hour per pound of meat
  • Brisket - Rub liberally onto briskets before smoking
  • Vegetables - A great addition to grilled or fresh veggies or even add flavor to your plain canned vegetables
  • Potatoes - Sprinkle over diced potatoes, hashbrowns or mashed potatoes, or with a little olive oil for grilled potatoes
  • General purpose rub - Season any protein to taste before grilling, roasting, sauteing, or baking

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