Word of mouth advertising is the best kind. I am very thankful to these people who have shared their experiences of Swamp Boys Q School.
Anybody looking to become better in BBQ, whether it be competition BBQ or just showing off to your friends and family in the backyard, I highly recommend taking Swamp Boys Q School! He goes through all of the basics and then shows you the most efficient ways of trimming, injecting, rubbing and presenting your BBQ. The fact that people travel from all around the world to come pick Rub Bagby‘s brain should speak for itself!
Will it help your game? Is it worth your time and investment? Can’t speak for you! My results jumped from occasional walks to GC’s. From being competitive, to being a part of the Royal and Jack. Rub Bagby helped up my game! I think he will help yours too!
If you haven’t had the year you wanted so far, here is your chance to make it right, or if you are new and want to cut years off your learning curve. Get with Rub and get signed up for this class. I took it a few years back and that was the best money that Bald Hawg BBQ has spent.
Connie and I attended Rub’s class last weekend and I want everyone to know that you would spend years learning how to do competition barbecue before you would even get close to what Rub teaches in this class. If you want to reach for Grand Champion – go to Rub’s class as soon as you can.
There were people who flew in from Denmark, Germany, Curacao, GA, AL and of course Florida. We have no plans to compete, but we learned a lot as Judges from a cook’s perspective.
Just a quick note of thanks. My team, Pork, Sweat & Beers took Backyard Reserve Grand this weekend in Apopka. That was our fourth competition. No way that would of happened without your Q school.
Big shout out to our host and professor Rub Bagby of Swamp Boys BBQ. If you want to elevate your BBQ, I highly recommend Rub’s class.
939.9 – Number of miles we gladly traveled over the weekend to learn from the master at Swamp Boys BBQ School!
His class is well worth the miles.
You’ll have to take my word for when I say you should definitely take Rub’s class if you get a chance.
Had the pleasure of learning some BBQ techniques for one of the nation’s best – Rub Bagby and Swamp Boys Bbq this past weekend. World Champion, and a super guy. If you ever get the opportunity to attend one of Rub’s classes, it will be well worth it. Thanks Rub
Your class rocks!
Had a great time! Wish it could have lasted longer….(that’s what she said!) lol Thanks a bunch, it was great.
Had a wonderful time, Rub – you’re a great teacher and I learned a lot! Thank you so very much!
Thanks for the class Rub Bagby. I enjoyed it and it was good meeting all those who attended the class.
Thanks Rub. Enjoyed the class. Brain is still on overload! thanks.
Look forward to trying out all the new tips. Thanks.
Thank you for a fantastic class and sharing your techniques and tips. I’ll be using some of the tricks I learned in my coming contests.
Here’s some pics from the class.
Great class by a BBQ great. Rob is a class act!
Hey there, this is Steve Ackley, Ack-Que. Took your class last year in Chicago, just GC’d at Hudson Valley and wanted to extend my thanks for helping make that possible.
Thanks for your friendship ! Your class rocks can’t believe how much I got from it !!!
Great class. Highly recommend it. Applause now.
Great class great time, the next contest I cooked after this class I got a 2nd place call in Ribs, paid for the class…. Yah the Professor Rub Bagby got the first place call in ribs that day.
I would like to personally thank you for sharing with me some of your vast knowledge and experience about the art of competitive BBQ’ing. I thought the class was great!!! I feel that the problem that I was having preparing chicken thighs is a thing of the past. Your approach is well organized and mine wasn’t – I just start whacking on a thigh and usually wind up with a mess. You made good points on the other meat categories that I will incorporate into my techniques. Again, thanks.
Just wanted to send you a personal note of thanks for the class this weekend. I definitely learned some things, made some great connections and had a good time. You’re 100% right about it being 100 things that need to be done. I definitely got some new tools in the arsenal that i’m looking forward to trying out.
Thanks again, and keep in touch.
Awesome class! I highly recommend this class to everyone! Thanks again Rub.
Thanks again for the enjoyable time, I would recommend you class to anyone interested.
Just wanted to say thanks again for the class and all the knowledge. It was great hearing about your background and where you came from. I can’t wait to add the details that I learned from you into our cook and see if it helps get us that first GC.
The class was great!! Had a few duh moments wondering why I’m not already doing that. Lol. I believe you answered all my questions and shown me things that I’m not doing and things I’m doing too much. For that I want to thank you and your help and I will recommend anyone to your class. Can’t wait it we get to put the skills together and cook a competition.
Rub, thank you for the class it was an awesome experience. I learned a lot and hopefully soon will be able to give you a run for your money in the next competition!
It’s a great class everyone, money well spent! I learned a lot! Rub is very thorough with his process and how he does things. Pay close attention to how he trims his brisket!
Invest in your craft, or keep scratching your head? Impress your family or walk more at contest, a great skills class.
Good class to take if you want to improve!
Great investment folks!! I want to come to another one.
Just a quick note to let you know how much Barb and I enjoyed the class last Sat and Sun (even the rain!). You do a great job and we can’t wait to put all that new knowledge to good use. I was a little concerned about my wife enjoying the weekend but she loved it, said you made it very enjoyable.
Mike and Barb S