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Snake River Farms

Our Gold Grade American Kobe (Wagyu) briskets are absolutely the finest product 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.

American Kobe Gold Grade Wagyu Brisket

Starting at Starting at $179.00

Availability: In stock

  • Grade: SRF Gold
  • Weight:
    - 11-14 lbs.
    - 14-17 lbs.
    - 17-20 lbs. 
  • Wagyu crossed with high quality Angus
  • 100% natural, no added hormones
  • Aged 28 days for improved flavor and texture
  • Hand cut by a master butcher
  • Individually wrapped
  • Product ships frozen and will arrive frozen or partially thawed

Our Gold Grade American Kobe (Wagyu) briskets are absolutely the finest product 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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5 Review(s)

  • SRF Briskets in KCBS Comps.

    While we have competed in over 70 contests in the last two seasons, the one common denominator for each one has always been a SRF Brisket!
    I credit that with being in the top 4 of The KCBS Points Chase two years in a row.
    I Believe it to be superior to any other brisket product on the market for the last two years!

    Posted 11/20/2014 by The Dream

  • Winner, winner Brisket dinner!

    I had tried many other grades of brisket from several sources and none have compared to SRF Gold Grade briskets. In my first sanctioned competition I pulled down a forth place finish out of a field of 122 teams.

    I hesitate to offer this review because I want to keep SRF all to myself, but if you want to elevate your barbeque to the next level... skip the supermarket brisket and go GOLD.

    Posted 11/16/2014 by JPH

  • Great Product, Taste, Texture and Consistency

    Have used it for both Family & Friends and Competition with equally successful results! It is a GREAT product that delivers a consistently impressive flavor and texture.

    Posted 11/4/2014 by JAK

  • Gold Grade Brisket

    About six months ago, I discovered that my old Imperial #5 kamado (circa 1974) could be used as a smoker. So I rigged it for slow and low. After a few trial briskets, I ordered a Gold Grade Wagyu from SRF. The results were astounding. Comments from guests like "I'm from the Midwest. I've eaten a lot of beef in my life and this is the best I've ever had," and "It melts in your mouth." My daughter, a month later, is still talking about it. Just superb! Looking forward to my next opportunity to order another.

    Posted 10/29/2014 by TH

  • That's some SEXY MEAT!

    Very beautiful briskets with amazing marbling! We placed 3rd using these gold grade briskets at our last bbq competition. SRF always delivers a consistent quality product and they have great customer service. Once you try Gold Grade there's no going back!

    Posted 10/28/2014 by Rubbed Right BBQ

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