I am an equal opportunity eater.
I do have a slight preference for red sauce. The one with mustard is not my favorite.
We have a place here in Columbus NC that has a sweet mustard sauce. Its great. But its sweet.
Somewhere here in the south and way east of Texas there is a mustard based bbq sauce that it is claimed the local loves.
Lots of mustard base here in SC. Its a nice change up from tomato based sauces.
From Columbia, SC and several counties West. I'm fond of it.
Lexington, NC cue is gross though. That's got a ketchup based sauce and they use it in the cole slaw dressing too. AL white sauce is also highly overrated.
My personal favorite bbq meat is ribs and I prefer them wet.
I'll say this: many of the good brisket places in TX are also doing the best turkey breast you'll ever taste.
Campobello here Shane. Three Pigs BBQ uses a vinegar based sauce for their coleslaw. It is a great change up from the mayo based slaw. It has a hint of ketchup and for sure lots of black pepper. Very good and spicy.
Ribs are my specialty. I have worked on them for years. I now do a real good job.
Note: I do not sauce meat on the grill. Not even at the end. I serve the sauce on the table. However I will use a BBQ wash as soon as they come out. Ingredient list available. My wife calls it Johns Devil sauce.
I put my homemade BBQ sauce in squirt bottles to make it easy.
I make a Savanna style sauce. Everyone seems to really like it. It has ketchup, vinegar and mustard and is spicy.
I can post the ingredients if anyone wants them. Very simple. I make about 2 quarts at a time and it lasts forever in the fridge.