Bone-In Beef Backribs come from the rib primal which is situated under the front section of the backbone.
Prepare a grill for cooking over indirect heat at 250°F. Cooking meaty side up, leave the ribs on the grill for 2 and ½ hours, maintaining the temperature of the grill as steady as possible. Flip the ribs and continue to cook for 30 more minutes. Next, wrap the ribs in foil and place them back on the grill for another hour. Finally, remove the foil, brush the ribs with a sauce of your choice, and increase the temperature of the grill to 400°F. Once they reach 190-200°F, or your desired level of doneness, place them on a platter and serve!
Set your oven to 250°F and line a pan with aluminum foil. This cut is cooked best low and slow, so set an hour timer and create a marinade of your choice. After the first hour, baste your ribs and continue baking them for three more hours. After four to five hours total of cooking, your ribs should reach an internal temperature of 190-200°F and are ready to serve!