Limited-Edition “Family Recipe Dry Rub” Pack Inspired by ‘The Texas Chain Saw Massacre’ Now Available


Diehard Texas Chainsaw Massacre fans know about the promotional chili mix that was released for The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2. And thanks to Gun Interactive, we’re getting a revisit of sorts with the first-ever BBQ spice rubs inspired by and dedicated to the celebrated horror franchise. The Family Recipe Dry Rub Pack is courtesy of Austin, TX-based LeRoy and Lewis Barbecue, which you can purchase now from the official Texas Chain Saw Massacre store.

Featuring locally-sourced ingredients from the Texas area, the rub is “suitable for any cut of meat you can hunt down.” There are three rubs in the pack, named after Leatherface, Cook, and Hitchhiker, which are crafted for beef, pork, and chicken, respectively.

“It was such a great opportunity to get to work with Gun on such an iconic name in Texas and the horror film genre as The Texas Chain Saw Massacre,” says Evan LeRoy, Chef, Pitmaster and Owner of LeRoy & Lewis. “We believe these rubs will go great on anything the gamer/horror fan/bbq enthusiast will choose to put it on!”

Gun Interactive CEO Wes Keltner described the collaboration as a “unique” experience. “It’s not everyday that you get to taste test a rub from an award winning BBQ team. The fun part was passing the rub around and asking the team ‘Does this taste like something Leatherface would use?’ I loved every minute of working with L&L and we’re very proud of what we created together.”

The limited-edition Family Recipe Dry Rub packs are available now for $39.99 USD.

The Texas Chain Saw Massacre is out now on PC via Steam, Xbox One, Xbox Series, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5. And if you’re new to the game, check out Brandon’s tips on getting up to speed with the game (and surviving).

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