Airfoils you've brought up a good point. When someone mentions a "bottled" barbecue sauce I tend to think of a conglomerated corporation, which has never been near a ‘pit’, mass producing a store bought, thick reddish sauce aimed to please the mild palate of masses that have never enjoyed slow smoking genuine BBQ and have no idea how the perfect blend of spice and smoke excite the buds.
A sauce from a professional pit master that complements the essence of his magnum opus is another story. I’ve never heard of the sauces they offer but if they are made by up-and-coming chefs like Dave (dkirn) then I am sure most of them are worth trying. As I’ve mentioned before, I like variety when it comes to food so I would be pleased with the tasteful adventure.
I’ll still stay away from the thick, glossy, overly sweet, so-called BBQ sauces.