Jun 21, 2015 4:31 PM
MERRIMACK - A rainy Sunday marked the final day for the 2015 Rock'n Ribfest at New Hampshire's Anheuser-Busch plant.
Dozens of vendors and thousands of people come together each year, wrapping up with the big competition of who has the best barbecue ribs.
The event started Friday.
It's become an annual tradition for some passionate vendors who have been doing this all their lives.
"My granddaddy taught me when I was 3 years old ... and he taught me for many years and I've learned from everybody I can," said Jack McDavid of Jack's Down Home BBQ. "I put all that love, attention and education that they gave me into making the best ribs that you ever wrapped your lips around."
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