Fire up your smoker to a smoke setting, or if you are cooking right away to a low 225 setting.
I made this on my Pit Boss Pro 1100 using Mesquite pellets. Now I picked mine up Lowes, but Walmart and Amazon carry other Pit Boss options or Pit Boss website themselves.
Place the ribs on the top rack of your smoker and allow to smoke on the smoke setting.
You can pour a can of Coca-Cola into a glass and mop your ribs as they smoke and then later on when you turn the heat up.
I smoked mine for an hour then moved turned the smoker up to 200 degrees.
You can turn up to 250 degrees for about an houror you can keep smoking at 200 degrees you will just smoke longer.
In a container mix together the bbq sauce ingredients, make sure the container is large enough to add ribs to as well.
Use a whisk to mix everything together until smooth.
Remove your ribs from the smoker and put in into the container of the sauce and shake it really well to coat the ribs in the sauce.
Place back on the smoker and allow to cook another 30 minutes, I did flip the ribs at about 15 minutes to make sure both sides had a chance for the sauce to caramelize and thicken.
Use a thermometer to make sure that they are cooked to food safety temperatures to being done.
Serve and enjoy!!