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Looking for a brisket recipe that is a little "different"

I am having a gathering this weekend with a large number of adults. As much as I would like to serve ribeyes that would be hard on my budget.  I realized I can get a brisket cheap but don't want it to taste like a normal brisket.  Once upon a time I went to a gathering wherein somebody brought a brisket that had been cooked, I believe, wrapped in foil with a half a bottle of merlot and then slow cooked in a large, rectangular appliance akin to a crock pot.  The brisket had the fall apart consistency of pulled pork and tasted more like steak than brisket.  It had a rich taste like a pricey steak.

Cooking on the BGE is, of course, a requirement, but has anyone seen/known of a recipe that would give a brisket a completely different character than the one I get with a normal rub & slow cook?

Thanks.

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