Monk: Nine years ago today, it all started with a discussion between Speedy and Monk about Charlotte’s best barbecue on our way to what turned out to be a disappointing visit to Bobbee-O’s, then the #1 joint in the city (at least according to Yelp). That then led to this tweet:
And then Rudy, who at the time lived in Austin, offered to be our beef correspondent:
And then it didn’t take too long to come up with the name:
All this happened in the span of less than an hour, and our first review was up later that afternoon. Shortly thereafter we picked our “noms de blog”: Monk, Speedy, and Rudy. Nine years and 294 reviews later here we are.
Thanks to all of our readers for following our barbecue journey. We’re not stopping anytime soon, and we hope to keep bringing you even more barbecue content.
Monk: We are happy to re-introduce our updated “Forefathers of Lexington Barbecue” t-shirt in a refreshed design printed on a higher quality shirt than version 1.0. Plus, we have a few new items for sale. All while supplies last…meaning once they are gone they are gone.
On May 25, 2012, Speedy and I tweeted that we were going to start a barbecue blog and within minutes Rudy offered to be our beef correspondent in Texas. And so, Barbecue Bros was born. Thanks for your support so far and here’s to another 6 years.