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Head County Original BBQ Sauce 20oz

Head County Original BBQ Sauce 20oz

The Original Head Country BBQ Sauce has been “Winning Hearts & Championships,” since 1947 with it's sweet, tangy, and savory taste. It’s a BBQ sauce that truly brings people together through the power of taste bud poppin' food. You won't want to cook without your Head Country BBQ sauce after you try this original goody on your ribs, brisket, chicken, fish, fries, burgers, anything, it’s flavor is great on any food - including both backyard and competition BBQ.

Head Country Original BBQ Sauce is Oklahoma's #1 selling BBQ sauce making it the boss of all sauce. Head Country BBQ Sauce is a crucial component for mouthwatering barbecue. Best of all there's no preservatives! Head Country is a tomato based sauce that contains no MSG and no Glutens.

 20 oz. bottle

Pro-tip: If you can't resist the BBQ goodness of Head Country, upgrade to the whole gallon sized barbecue sauce.

$5.49

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SKU: 564HCB

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The following product reviews are personal opinions from our customers and do not reflect the official stance of Big Poppa Smokers.

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This is a basic "Western Style" sauce, not sticky sweet, but a thinner more savory tomato based sauce. I really like the fact that it works on pork as well as beef and chicken. Because it isn't sweet, it allows the flavors of the meat to come forward and the spices compliment the meat rath... read full review


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  1. Bob

    This is a basic "Western Style" sauce, not sticky sweet, but a thinner more savory tomato based sauce. I really like the fact that it works on pork as well as beef and chicken. Because it isn't sweet, it allows the flavors of the meat to come forward and the spices compliment the meat rather than overpower it. I see a lot of competition teams using this stuff by the gallons. (Posted on 4/20/2017)