Combine the Colonel Porky’s rub with the Garlic powder and rub in on the shoulder until it is entirely covered. If there is any area that is bare, cover with more Colonel Porky’s rub. If you have a grill that creates more heat from the top place the pork butt on the grates with the fat cap up. If all of your heat source is mainly coming from the bottom, cook with your fat cap down.
Place the shoulder on the center of the smoker, and insert the probe to monitor the temperature.
Smoke the shoulder for 3 hours, spraying the shoulder every hour with apple juice.
After 3 hours, wrap the shoulder and increase the smoker temperature to 250*F and continue to cook until the shoulder reaches an internal temperature of 203-205*F. This usually takes 6-8 hours.
Transfer the shoulder to a cutting board and let rest 20-30 minutes.
Remove the bone, then using heat resistant gloves and a set of meat claws pull the pork until it is nicely shredded
Add more Colonel Porky’s rub to the meat and mix well
In a bowl, combine pork with either Bearded Veterans Down Range or Sweet Napalm BBQ Sauce. Top with coleslaw and enjoy!