Pitmaster's Choice Foil

Pitmaster’s Choice Foil

Reynolds Wrap® Pitmaster's Choice super strength foil is made for legendary BBQ. Find the 3-2-1 method for competition quality ribs below.
  • Extra Thick Foil
  • 18" Width for Large Cuts of Meat
  • Easy Open and Stay Closed Box
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Extra Thick for Legendary BBQ

Super strength, thick gauge foil to withstand heavy duty barbecuing.

18" Width for Large Cuts of Meat

Larger cuts of meat need serious foil with extra width.

Easy Clean-up

BBQ is messy, but clean-up doesn't have to be with Pitmaster's Choice foil. Simply toss when done.

3-2-1 Method for Competition Quality Ribs

Looking for tender, fall-off-the-bone ribs without a lot of extra effort?  The 3-2-1 method results in competition quality ribs in three easy steps.

rack of ribs sitting on grill grates

COOK - 3 Hours

Cook seasoned ribs in a closed grill at 225-250 degrees Fahrenheit for 3 hours to smoke them.

person wrapping a rack of ribs in aluminum foil standing next to a grill

WRAP - 2 Hours

Wrap the ribs in Reynolds Wrap® Pitmaster's Choice Foil with 1/4 cup liquid and cook for 2 hours to tenderize them.

person basting a rack of ribs sitting on aluminum foil on top of grill grates

FINISH - 1 Hour

Finish ribs on grill grates over direct heat, baste with your favorite BBQ sauce and cook for 1 hour to perfect them.

Product FAQs

Yes, Reynolds Wrap® Pitmaster's Choice aluminum foil is made in the USA.

You can use whichever side you prefer. It will not impact the outcome of your food whether you have the shiny side or dull side facing out.

This is a common question and the answer is that the foil is “milled” in layers during production. Milling is a process whereby heat and tension is applied to stretch the foil to the desired thickness. We mill two layers in contact with each other at the same time, because if we didn’t, the foil would break during the milling process. Where the foil is in contact with another layer, that’s the “dull” side. The “shiny” side is the side milled without being in contact with another sheet of metal. The performance of the foil is the same, whichever side you use.

Yes, aluminum foil can be recycled. However, every community’s recycling program is unique, so be sure to check if aluminum foil is accepted by your local government or recycling provider.