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The Ultimate Competition BBQ Pitmaster Pack

$375 $425
Pork Butts will not be available to ship until Wednesday, June 14th. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. 
This bundle truly is for your ultimate pitmaster and BBQ enthusiasts.

  • BRISKET:    Contains one USDA Prime grade Black Angus Beef brisket that weight 16-18 lbs. 
  • BONE-IN PORK BUTTS:    Contains two individually packaged Premium Natural Duroc Pork butts that average 6-9 lbs. each.
  • ST. LOUIS RIBS:   Contains four individually packaged Premium Natural Duroc Pork St. Louis Ribs that average 2.5-3 lbs. each.
  • PACKAGING:   Brisket ships fresh and pork items ship frozen. All individually vacuum sealed.
  • STORAGE:   Brisket can be kept refrigerated up to 14 days. Pork items should be cooked within 7 days of receiving or can be placed into the freezer to cook at a later date.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 17 reviews


John S.
Better than expected

Shipping was fast and well packaged. Cuts of briskit, ribs and pork butts some of the best I've ever seen. Had the brisket last night and it was a hit with all attending. I'll definitely be a repeat customer!

Brian S.
just recieved

All of my items are still frozen so I can't review anything yet. They seem to come in good shipping containers and packed well. It may be weeks or months before I could give any quality review.


I used this combo pack for a BBQ competition and took home first place in every category except ribs. The brisket was amazing. It had a huge flat that made some killer slices. The pork was a perfect size and had a huge money muscle. The ribs were ok. I would prefer them to be a little more meaty with straighter bones. Overall I am very impressed with the quality of the meats. The customer service was hands down the best experience I۪ve had from a company.

Fell flat

The brisket flat was among the most disappointing flats I’ve used. I usually separate the point and flat during prep and cook them separately. I kid you not, no part on the flat was much thicker than the handle on my knife blade. My future brisket needs will probably be deferred to SRF, which has been a consistent producer and the wagyu brisket was recently cheaper than the prime from creekstone. To sum up, I was disappointed in the brisket cut—I paid a premium price and got an inferior product.

The verdict is still out on the ribs and butts, as I have not prepped/cooked them yet. I will adjust the rating up or down pending that result.