OK, so you’re viewing this because you want to know how to grill Country Style Ribs on a gas grill. Well you’ve come to the right place because I’m going to give you a super easy method.
It was raining tonight so I had to use my Ducane gasser because it’s under cover, not my Weber Performer that’s exposed to the weather.
I started by rubbing the meat with a store bought rub, Lawry’s Perfect Blend for Pork, and setting them on the counter, covered, for about an hour to allow the meat to come to room temperature.
Here’s how to prep the grill:
Preheat the grill to about 300*, and cover the upper cooking grate with foil. You can also cover the lower cooking grate below the food to prevent any direct heat. That’s the key, NO direct heat on the ribs.
At this point you can bring the ribs to the grill and place them on the upper rack. Now just let them go. Hit the fridge for a beer or two or….
If you want to use a sauce, go for it after 30 minutes. I used Sauer Original because I like the vinegar base.
After saucing both sides, leave the meat alone.
At 45 minutes you should start checking the temperature of the ribs. It should be done around 160*, but that’s just a guideline. Cook to doneness.
When the meat is done, cut the gas off and put the ribs on the heated lower grates. This will firm up the meat and make it lip smacking, finger licking good.