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Reader: There is no great barbecue here!

The days are getting hotter, which means it's prime time for barbecue, whether in your backyard or one of "Denver's five best BBQ joints," as listed yesterday by Laura Shunk.

Mr Sauce would add Moe's, a homegrown chain that got its start in Vail. JimRome is nominating Serious Texas BBQ, with outlets in Loveland and Durango.

And then there's this from UncleDave8:

Well, this should provoke a lively response. The truth is that if you've ever had real BBQ then you know that there is no great BBQ in Denver. Period.

What's your pick for the best barbecue in Denver? And when compared to barbecue in other cities, does it truly rate great? Comment below, or add your thoughts to the barbecue conversation already started here.

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