Absolutely the finest briskets available. Offered in limited quantities, Gold Grade briskets are rich with the highest level of marbling offered by Snake River Farms. Our Gold Grade briskets are carefully cut to the current NAMP guidelines and have a generous fat cap that slowly permeates the meat during the course of slow cooking. Each brisket is individually weighed and hand-sorted to assure the correct size range. Since this is a natural product, the thickness of each brisket will vary. The Snake River Farms Gold Grade brisket is the ultimate ingredient for the highest levels of competitive barbecue or anyone who demands the absolute best.
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I'd never cooked a brisket before so I thought I'd start out with your Waygu beef. I was not disappointed.
I purchased a 17.5 pounder and it trimmed down to 10.5 pounds. Truly a beautiful piece of beef. Threw it on a Myron Mixon MMS-60 smoker for 10 hours, then a cambro for 2 hours.
My guests raved about it. More than one person said it was the best beef they'd ever eaten. It was incredibly tender and full of flavor to the last bite.
PS: I'm not a professional cook or competitor, just an an everyday guy who loves to smoke and grill meat. I'd go 10 stars I'd I could.
Posted 5/24/2016 by John
shipping as promised and delivered still frozen
Excellent quality beef. Shipping was perfect, shipping as promised and delivered still frozen
Posted 5/9/2016 by Hutch
1st Place Brisket
I cooked SRF brisket at a recent competition in Wildomar, Ca and I took home a 1st place trophy.
Posted 4/26/2016 by Sylvie
1st Place Brisket -Interstate BBQ Festival
An awesome brisket and a win at the inaugural Interstate BBQ Festival!
Posted 4/22/2016 by Rockin Robyns Competition Bbq
SRF Briskets are Simply the Best
As a professional BBQ Pitmaster; I would not cook any other high end Brisket. OF course Ive tried other high end briskets but the fact is nothing comes close to the consistency and high quality of Snake River Farms. It is that simple.
Posted 4/21/2016 by BasicPatrick