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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I have had several others meats from SRF and always impressed. This is the only meat that I was disappointed. For 11lb, we took off several lbs of fat which seems a lot more than we ever have. Once cooked, really felt there wasn't a large amount of meat for the weight. The meat was tender I just didn't really feel it tasted much better than other cuts of briskets we have purchased, especially for the price point. Overall I would not buy this again.
Posted 11/20/2019 by aleaha
SRF Team : Aleaha, thank you very much for the valuable feedback!
I bought this to cook for a group of guys while camping in Michigan. I slow-cooked on a Traeger and man...it was succulent. I knew what was coming as I've made it once before. They guys at the camp were simply blown away. It was crazy juicy. The flavor was incredible. BBQ sauce was not needed. All I did was trim up the hard fat and cover in Traeger beef rub the day before and wrap in saran wrap. Then set the Traeger to 225 and cooked till 165 and then wrapped in foil and continued cooking @ 225 till 204.
The repeated words were amazing, awesome, incredible. Best thing ever.
Posted 10/29/2019 by Jacob
Best there is
Like others have stated below, I’ve tried a variety of sources for briskets, including Creekstone, Prime CAB from the butcher, the big box stores. None of these even come close to the quality of SRF. I have been a bit squeamish to go with a frozen product, but that makes no difference with this brisket.
Posted 9/28/2019 by BBQ Fanatic
My best brisket ever
Smoking a brisket is the hardest thing for a BBQer. I have taken classes and read many cook books and always cooked a mediocre brisket until NOW. This black grade wagyu brisket was the best i have ever done and I give credit to the quality of this brisket. I followed Aaron Franklin's method and smoked at 275F then wrapped in peach paper at 165F, cooked to 203F.
Posted 9/9/2019 by Diane
After my 6th or 7th Black Grade Wagyu Brisket
I've tried Creekstone farms, I've tried Costco primes, and some others.
There is nothing like SRF. Sure, once in a while you might get a cut that is not as good as your last, but overall, this is probably the best you can get for the price.
I have gotten the cook of an 18 lbs black grade piece down to a science on my Green Egg XL. 8 Hours at 250, then wrap it in butcher paper and wait for it to come into the 200s. I leave a water pan in the bottom, and use hickory chunks or small logs.
I once took it work, and now I have to cook a SRF black grade for them every couple of months, or else... :)
Posted 8/24/2019 by Haroldo