Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Beasley’s BBQ Sauce bottled in Walterboro

Pitmaster Kyle Beasley is left center of photo
This 5-pack of BBQ sauces retails for $45
Ever heard of Apple Pie barbecue sauce before? Not likely, unless you are a serious BBQ aficionado, or perhaps know Walterboro native Kyle Beasley. The first fruit-based barbecue sauce he created, the apple pie sauce, is now available for retail purchase along with four other of his specialty sauces. After a lifetime of cooking meat, sauces and everything in between, Beasley is a budding businessman who is more comfortable with the job title of pit master.

Beasley Catering cooks Ribs too!
“I’ve been cooking barbecue and hash in Walterboro for 30 years now,” said Kyle Beasley. “I love Barbecue. My hash has won a number of local contests. But I also try other styles like Jerk Chicken and when we cater an event I like to tell folks that I handle everything from the rice to the ice. Beasley’s BBQ Catering has been up and running for three years now and we have one food trailer for the cookers, and a second trailer is under construction.”

Right now the sauces are available for sale at Plumber’s Friend store in Walterboro, but Beasley is hoping to have them in the IGA store soon. “Folks can always visit the Internet at for the latest information as we grow our marketing campaign,” said Beasley. “I have five sauces in the bottle now, but I have 20 more ready to go and a I also am planning a line of fruit-based hot sauces too.” The Beasley’s BBQ Catering page on Facebook is the best way to keep up with what Kyle Beasley has on the grill wherever he is cooking.

To view the feature article in the newspaper click on Colletonian.

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To view past blog entries about cooking click on Camp Chef - Dead Meat TV - Charleston Cooks! - Palmetto BBQ and Brew - CCA Convention - Tony Chachere

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