Snake River Farms American Wagyu briskets are the “secret ingredient” for competitive barbecue teams gunning to be Grand Champion at all the top BBQ events. Our beautifully marbled briskets are hand selected and carefully cut to the latest NAMP guidelines. American Wagyu beef raised in the Northwest’s mild climate produces briskets with naturally rich marbling and superior taste. You can rely on Snake River Farms briskets for consistency, outstanding flavor and exceptional juiciness. Our briskets are sorted in five weight ranges so you can choose the best size for your smoker and personal preferences.
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Smoked a 20lber for the 4th of July right alongside a brisket from my local butcher. No comparison, the snake river brisket was moister and more tender. Will be the only brisket I cook from now on.
Posted 7/17/2018 by Tim
I have smoked two of these and both were fantastic. Very tender and juicy. I took one to church and I even got a "The best brisket I've ever tasted"! Can't lie in church!
Posted 7/3/2018 by Cliff
SRF Team : Thank you for taking the time to leave a review, Cliff! We love to hear back from our customers and are glad our American Wagyu Black Grade Brisket was enjoyed by many!
Easy way to tell it's the best...
17 pound brisket made for a party...not one bit left in the pan. Many many compliments from our friends and guests. I'm ordering another to have at the ready. You will not regret this one a bit.
Posted 6/6/2018 by TP
Best so far
I've been doing an annual bbq for the past 10 years or so. This year I decided to try a Snake River Farms brisket and I was not disappointed. Hands down the best brisket I've cooked. Cooked a 17 lb brisket and I had 3 slices left at the end of the evening.
Posted 6/1/2018 by Ryan
Believe the Hype
SRF does it again! This meat was the highlight of the Memorial Day BBQ. 13 pounds of juicy greatness. Only used salt and pepper, let the marbling do the rest! Almost wish i never did this because its going to be hard to go back to "normal" meat
Posted 5/31/2018 by Bryan