Announcing our newest addition! Cranberry BBQ Sauce.
James Gang BBQ
The James Gang story began in the small Oregon coastal town of Lincoln City. Pam and Jesse James purchased a barbecue restaurant called Red’s Barbecue. It was there that the sauces gained favor with their customers and eventually grew into what is now the James Gang BBQ Company. The restaurant was sold in 2000, but the James Gang BBQ Company still thrives. They have received National recognition of excellence for their sauces and rubs. We are sure that you too will enjoy these fabulous products.
We have a brand new website for our award winning BBQ sauces and rubs, but don't forget our amazing chili mixes and gift boxes. Take a look around, Shop and feel free to contact us if you would like to place an order or if you have any questions. Our online shopping will be available very soon!
The James Gang BBQ Company
We have award wiining sauces, rubs, chili mixes and gift boxes. Great for family and friends…and don’t forget to order some for yourself! Check out our shop
Give us a call....
Contact us at the James Gang BBQ Company for any questions or more information. 503-538-2830
National Barbecue Association Awards of Excellence
The James Gang BBQ Company is proud to be able to say that we have won National awards in competitions sponsored by, the National BBQ Association, and also by the American Royal International BBQ Sauce Contest. We have competed against the best sauces in the country, and have done very well. Our sauces have been judged in the top ten nationally, seven times. Our sauce has placed twice in the top five in “Reno’s Best of the West Sauce Contest” and it took a “First Place” in Pleasanton’s rib cook-off in Northern California. In Antioch’s rib cook-off the ribs that took First Place featured our Whiskey Grilling Sauce. We sincerely hope that you enjoy our sauce on whatever you are cooking.
Great American Barbecue of Kansas City
We are very happy to report that our “Chipotle Chicken Rub” took sixth place overall in the rubs & spices competition. It was the TOP spice in the HOT category. The competition was hosted by the Great American BBQ, of Kansas City.