Barbeque Pulled Pork

Barbeque Pulled Pork

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Cook Time 6 hrs  30 mins
Temp Low

Barbeque Pulled Pork – An easy and delicious recipe for the slow cooker


  • Pork loin roast
  • 1/2 bottle of BBQ Sauce
  • 1 bottle of dark beer
  • 1 sliced sweet onion


  1. Step One

    Place pork loin in slow cooker and throw onion slices on top

  2. Step Two

    Mix barbeque sauce and beer in separate bowl.

  3. Step Three

    Pour over meat. Cook on low for 6 hours.

  4. Step Four

    Transfer meat to a cutting board and shred with forks.

  5. Step Five

    Return meat back to slow cooker.

  6. Step Six

    Add additional barbeque sauce if needed.

  7. Step Seven

    Cook for 30 minutes.

  8. Step Eight

    Serve on toasted buns.

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  2. Morayma

    We have a 4lb pork butt in the fridge, can I use that for this recipe? What ingredient mesurements should I change? Thank you.

  3. Vasso

    MMMM…Can’t wait to try this recipe. I am sure my family will enjoy this! Thanks Girls!

  4. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    You could use a can of coke or Dr. Pepper, Betty. Happy Crockin’ to ya!

  5. Betty

    I know that alcohol cooks out but we do not drink alcohol of any kind what can I use in place of the beer

  6. Jesse

    This recipe is AWESOME!! My sauce was thin as well so i crocked on high and it thickened up nicely.

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  7. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Patty, that’s a pretty decent size butt! I’d use the entire bottle…a full 16oz, or so. If your meat isn’t completely thawed that shouldn’t be a problem. You may just have to add cooking time…maybe an hour or so since it’s somewhat thawed. Hope that helped!

  8. Patty

    I have 4.5 pound Boston Butt. Do I need to increase any ingredients? If the meat is not completely thawed, is that a problem?


  9. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Heidi, if your sauce is too thin you can always remove the lid and crock on HIGH for about an hour. You can also add a slurry of cornstarch. I wouldn’t reduce the BBQ sauce, because that’s your flavor! Happy Crockin’!

  10. Heidi

    I made this today and my boys loved it. I do have a question though. I used half a bottle of sauce (about 20 ounces) and 1 12 ounce bottle of beer. The sauce seemed to be thin. I did add about a cup of extra barbeque sauce after I shredded the pork. Is the sauce supposed to be thin, or did I just not use enough barbeque sauce?

  11. Hannah

    Did this with sweet baby rays and black and tan beer Mississippi mud… Amazing…

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  12. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    You sure can. I would use about 4-6 chicken breasts for this. I think it will be yummy.

  13. Dayna M.

    Can u substitute frozen chicken for pork loin???

  14. Ed W.

    I just tried the shredded Pork Loin and it was GREAT! I could not find it on your site tonite,but it was very good.

  15. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    OH yes…just throw them in and crock with the meat.

  16. Wanetta W.

    I think that Angie was referring to your recipe left out what to do with the onions! :) But you are right…in the crock is beter.

  17. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    You can do either one. Cooking the onion with the meat will add flavor.

  18. Angie W.

    What about the sliced onion? Are they added to pork while it cooks or to add on to buns?

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