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March 07, 2023
This fun recipe combines two of my favorite things; whiskey and ribs! My Whiskey Glazed Peach Ribs are juicy, tender, and smothered in a flavorful sauce. These ribs got the red-carpet treatment, including a butter bath! If you’re in the mood for something fruity, sweet, and a little spicy, these Whiskey Glazed Peach Ribs will hit the spot.
This would be a fabulous recipe to serve at your Summer cookouts, 4th of July parties, or even Sunday dinner. Grab some while you can; I have a hard time believing you’ll have any leftovers.
These Whiskey Glazed Peach Ribs come together easily and are well worth the effort. Ribs aren’t rocket science, and it’s important that you don’t take yourself too seriously. Have fun with the process, adjust things to fit your way of cooking, and you’re bound to have a winner!
You don’t need much to make gourmet ribs! You won’t use all of your rubs, so save some for the next great cook. You also won’t use more than a shot of your whiskey..more for later!
Here’s the primary equipment I used to make these Whiskey Glazed Peach Ribs. You can find more of my grilling must-haves in the Equipment and Tools section.
You can find a detailed demonstration of this cook in the recipe video and card. For now, here’s a quick overview of how I pulled these tasty Whiskey Glazed Peach Ribs together.
The Whiskey Glazed Peach Ribs came off the Outlaw Smoker with brilliant color and an even better aroma! The peach notes shone through the seasoning blend, with just a little heat on the back end. This recipe is sure to impress even the harshest critics!
These ribs are fantastic on their own, but if you really want to go to town, try one of these sides.
You can store leftovers in the fridge for up to four days or freeze them for up to four months.
Outlaw Smoker, Royal Oak Charcoal Hardwood Pellets, disposable cutting board, aluminum foil, Victorinox Fribrox Pro Chef’s Knife, Heath Riles BBQ Mixing Shaker Bottler, Nechtik BBQ Gloves, ThermoWorks Thermapen ONE, ThermoWorks hi-temp silicone brush, metal sheet pan, YETI Rambler 10oz Stackable Lowball
Rack of Ribs
Heath Riles BBQ Honey Chipotle Rub
Heath Riles BBQ Butter Bath and Wrap
Heath Riles BBQ Peach Rub
Checkered Pig Competition BBQ Sauce
Shot of Crown Peach
2 tbsp peach preserves
2 tbsp brown sugar
2/3 cup of Heath Riles BBQ Sweet BBQ Sauce
2/3 cup Checkered Pig Competition BBQ Sauce
Get your grill up to temp of about 275-300º.
Skin the membrane off of your ribs and trim any excess fat.
Season both sides of your ribs with Heath Riles BBQ Peach and Honey Chipotle Rubs. Let them sweat in for about 15 minutes.
Place ribs on the grill for an hour and a half or until the rubs are set. You don't want any rub to come off on your finger when you do the "smear test."
Mix 1/2 cup of Heath Riles BBQ Butter Bath and Wrap with 16 oz apple juice in a mixer bottle. 1/4 cup per slab and we had 2 slabs of ribs so 1/2 cup of Butter Bath.
Pull ribs off the grill and wrap ribs in aluminum foil with Butter Bath and Wrap. Place back on the grill until they're hitting 202º internal.
Once the ribs hit 202º internal, pull them off the grill and let them rest for 15 minutes.
Assemble your glaze in a sauce pan and bring to a boil on a stovetop.
Brush on your Peach Whiskey Glaze and return the ribs to the grill to caramelize for about 10-15 minutes.
Take off the grill, slice, and enjoy.
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