Smoked Bros is a Special Forces veteran-owned spices & seasoning company serving craft flavors to people who love the All-America pass time of BBQ. They develop our kinetic flavor profiles with the same surgical precision as our military missions, defending the greatest country on the planet.
During their military travels around the world, they uncovered lesser-known BBQ techniques, cuisines, and BBQ spices. They use the highest quality ingredients ethically sourced from around the globe. With every purchase, they give back to America’s warfighters, First Responders, and underserved communities.
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Nothing is more traditional than firing up a BBQ with family and friends and celebrating life among the rich aromas and sounds of a sizzling grill. This is something that the team at Smoked Bros knows better than anyone else.
Born out of the bond created during their service in Special Operations, the unbroken and enduring oaths underpinning their military life led to an idea that has become a shining example of how Veteran Owned Businesses can thrive in a post-deployment world.
Whether it be feeding themselves in the field or spending some much-needed R&R with their loved ones, it was the BBQ that provided the one constant in their lives that gave
everything a sense of normalcy and calm.
CEO and founder of Smoked Bros Mikey Bee, who served as a Green Beret in over 27 countries, realized the critical status that the BBQ had achieved. Literally discovered by the first European settlers to the Americas, the technique has expanded its cultural significance to become an integral part of our way of life; delivering moments that will stay with you forever. As a skilled pitmaster and an authority on global BBQ techniques, Mikey was determined to tap into this American tradition and turn his passion for the grill into the phenomenally successful Smoked Bros.
Creating spices and seasonings learned through a lifetime of studying how different cultures around the world had embraced food, Mikey devoted himself to building a company run by ex-servicemen specifically designed to overcome the challenges of returning to civilian life. His ambition was to found a company with a core set of principles that would propel Smoke Bros forward and replicate the team values he had learned in the combat zone.
“It’s not about creating financial value, but building an emotional connection between employer, employee, and the community. As executives and leaders, we stand on the shoulders of our employees, and without their support, we would not be where we are today”.
They are today at the forefront of ethically sourced spices, seasonings, and rubs which elevate authentic BBQ to a level rarely experienced before. Fashioned through premium ingredients, unique cultural hybrids, and classic tastes, Smoked Bros have developed kinetic flavor profiles that will transform your culinary expectations. All in the full knowledge that the recipes were created while defending the greatest country on earth.
Most importantly, Smoked Bros is determined to give back to the community that has supported our way of life. With every purchase, a portion of their sales is returned to America’s soldiers, first responders, and front-line staff who unselfishly make this country stand above the rest. That exemplary dedication to the community has seen their sales grow month on month to levels they could never have imagined before.
No matter where you are in this great country of ours, be comforted in the knowledge that your purchase will support your veterans and give them the tools to build a complete and rewarding future for themselves and their families.
As Smoked Bros enters its third year, that tradition of supporting each other learned through combat experience is set to continue as the company expands its exciting range of flavors and products.
Become part of the Smoked Bros family and discover a fantastic world of tastes and experiences that will transform the way you cook on the grill. Veteran Owned. Savor the Moment. Spice Up Your Life
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