Our Pellet Grill Pulled Pork is super tender and slides right off the bone, and it's seasoned to strike the perfect balance between smoky and sweet. If you're a fan of barbecue sauce, this pork will go with whatever type you have, thanks to the all-purpose seasoning. Pellet grills can create dry environments, even for a fatty pork butt, so it's important to baste the pork to prevent the outer layer from drying out. For that reason, be sure to keep some basting liquid or a spray bottle on hand. When the pork butt reaches 155 degrees, it will start undergoing evaporative cooling. Basically, the meat will start sweating to the point where the internal temperature will no longer rise. We recommend pulling the meat at the stall, wrapping it in butcher paper or foil, and returning it to the smoker. This way, the high humidity and low evaporation will cause the internal temperature to rise quickly.