Aldi sells BBQ sauces in several flavors. The option available are based on the season.
You can find Aldi barbecue sauces under several different brand names, but Aldi's private-label brand is Burman’s. Aldi sells a standard Burman's BBQ sauce throughout the year.
- How much does Aldi barbecue sauce cost?
- What should I make with barbecue sauce?
- What are Aldi's regional flavored BBQ sauces?
- Are Aldi's regional flavored BBQ sauces seasonal?
- What do Aldi's regional BBQ sauces taste like?
- What is the best regional style BBQ sauce at Aldi?
- Is Burman's BBQ sauce made by Sweet Baby Ray's?
- Is Burman's Carolina BBQ Sauce gluten-free?
How much does Aldi barbecue sauce cost?
As of 4/10/2023, a bottle of Burman's Honey, Original, or Hickory and Brown Sugar BBQ sauce costs $1.45 for an 18 oz. bottle.
What should I make with barbecue sauce?
2 Ingredient Instant Pot BBQ Chicken is a quick and easy to recipe that uses barbecue.
What are Aldi's Regional Flavored BBQ Sauces?
Aldi sells a BBQ sauce all year long. However, usually sometime in late April or May, Aldi releases additional BBQ sauce flavors. Aldi's regional flavored BBQ sauces have received excellent reviews from Aldi's customers. These regional barbecue sauce flavors include:
- Burman's Bar-B-Q Texas Style
- Burman's BBQ Sauce Memphis Style
- Burman's Carolina Style Barbeque Sauce
- Burman's Barbeque Sauce Kansas City Style
Historically, the company has released other limited-time regional sauces every summer. These specialty BBQ sauces include Alabama White, Georgia Sweet Heat or Tennessee Smoke. These sauces are usually Special Buys. This means that Aldi will release them during one week over the summer and will not restock them once the BBQ sauces sell out.
Are Aldi's Regional Flavored BBQ Sauces seasonal?
Yes, Aldi's regional flavored BBQ sauces are seasonal. Aldi usually releases the specialty regional BBQ sauces in late April or May. These BBQ sauces are also found under the private-label brand name Burman's.
You can find the specialty barbecue sauces throughout the "grilling season" (summer through early fall). If you find a flavor you love, make sure to stock up since the seasonal barbecue sauces will disappear from Aldi shelves during early fall.
What do Aldi's regional BBQ sauces taste like?
People enjoy the unique taste of these sauces. A particular region's BBQ tradition inspires each sauce to have a distinct flavor profile.
- Texas style: Sweet and smoky with bold flavor. Includes a peppery kick. Lends itself more towards beef.
- Memphis style: Thin and tangy consistency with a tomato and vinegar base. Common flavors include oregano, thyme, and sometimes cumin. They serve barbecue sauce on the side in Memphis. Ideal for ribs.
- Carolina style: Mustard base and slightly sweet. Fusion of Lexington style (featuring vinegar and ketchup) and South Carolina style (highlighting mustard). A great option for pulled pork.
- Kansas City style: Very sweet and thick consistency. Similar to KC Masterpiece. Optimal for ribs and chicken.
Aldi prices its regional BBQ sauces competitively. This makes them an affordable option for people who enjoy BBQ sauces but don't want to spend a lot of money.
What is the best regional style BBQ sauce at Aldi?
Based on Aldi BBQ sauce reviews from places like Facebook and Reddit, the best regional flavored BBQ is Burman's Carolina Style Barbeque Sauce. The least liked barbecue sauce seems to be Burman's BBQ Sauce Memphis Style. However, Aldi fans love all of Aldi's regional flavored BBQ sauces.
Aldi sells a variety of BBQ sauces, so the best Aldi BBQ sauce is ultimately a personal preference.
Is Burman's BBQ sauce made by Sweet Baby Rays?
Some people say that Burman's Original Barbecue Sauce tastes exactly like Sweet Baby Ray's barbecue sauce. Rumors even exist that Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce and Aldi's Burman's Barbecue sauce are made by the same company. However, this cannot be officially verified.
Aldi typically also sells Sweet Baby Ray's barbecue sauce next to its private label barbecue sauce. It costs about double the price of the Aldi brand-name BBQ.
Is Burman's Carolina BBQ Sauce gluten-free?
Yes, all of Aldi's regional style BBQ sauces are gluten-free. It is important to always double-check the label.