Trim any additional loose skin or meat from the pork ribs. Remove the membrane for the back of the ribs.
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Make the rub. Season the ribs with a heavy coating of the rib rub on both sides of the ribs.
Make the mop sauce. Combine all ingredients in bowl, using a whisk to mix thoroughly.
Make the Kansas City style sauce. Combine all ingredients in bowl, using a whisk to mix thoroughly.
Place the seasoned ribs in a foil pan, bone side down. Add beer to pan and cover with foil. Place on low to medium heat grill. Cook for about 30 minutes.
Remove the foil cover and mop generously with the mop sauce. Re-cover the pan containing the ribs with foil. Cook for an additional 30 minutes - or until tender.
Baste the ribs with barbecue sauce and let cook for another 5 minutes. Be careful not to burn the sauce.
Flip the ribs, with the rib side facing down. Then baste with barbecue sauce, cooking for about 5 minutes to caramelize the sauce. Remove from grill and serve.