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USDA Prime Whole Brisket (Competition Brisket)

  • GRADE:   USDA Prime
  • PROGRAM:   Prime Black Angus Beef. Grass fed and grain finished in the mid-west.
  • WEIGHT:   Available in 12-14 lbs., 14-16 lbs., or 16-18 lbs.
  • PACKAGING:   Product ships fresh and vacuum sealed.
  • STORAGE:   Product can be kept refrigerated up to 14 days.

Competition BBQ spec with thickest, most even flats available.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 202 reviews
Justin R.
Amazing 👏

10/10 would recommend. Packaged very well in insulated foam 4 icepacks to keep it cool and the brisket was in a thin cooler bag. Meat turned out amazing and it was very delicious. By far the best brisket we have ever bought.

Best ever brisket!!

We were gifted 3 of these briskets at the holidays. Oh.My.Goodness!! Best ever brisket!!

Great sized flat, juicy, moist, just the best!!

I have done catering, have cooked all types of meat, all grades of meat for all budgets and occasions(wagyu, kobe, choice, prime, hereford, etc)this was up there with the best of the best I've ever made!!

Definitely the gift that keeps giving, will be back to purchase more when we work our way through these 3(won't take long as my family of 7 manages to finish off a full brisket for dinner-with a small portion left for lunch).

So glad to have found such awesome beef!!

David C.
Little disappointed to be honest.

The meat is good quality prime as expected but for a 16-18 lb brisket the flat was surprisingly thin. I had to trim lots away.

Jordan W.
Amazing Quality

The quality of this meat is unparalleled. I’ve made countless briskets, that have been purchased at the butcher. While they have been good, they do not compare to this.

Chris S.
Best brisket yet

This is the second brisket i have done from Creekstone...and it was all it was billed as, top quality and full of flavor. Prefer this Creekstone competition brisket over the Wagyu competition, well marbled but not overly so and cook time using Meater probe was on point.