Bourbon Dry Aged 26oz Ribeye Steak Bone-In 45+ Days

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$134.95
Breed: Angus
Weight: 24-28oz
Grade: USDA Prime
Aging: Bourbon Dry-Aged 45+ Day
Origin: USA
Processing: Hand Cut by Artisan Butchers

  

These special steaks are hand selected USDA Prime Beef from one of the finest Black Angus producers in the United States. The Prime Grade certifies this steak has the highest level of marbling recognized by the USDA. Our Master Artisan Butchers hand select only the best loins from this farm to be dry aged. It takes knowledge, patience, and experience to be able to properly dry-age beef of this high quality to create something truly special and unforgettable. Most retailers typically dry-age for 20-30+ days, if at all. This is because the longer beef is dry aged, the more difficult and critical it becomes to monitor the proper controls and process. These steaks are offered in 50+ day dry-aged dry-aged, demonstrating the mastery of our Artisan Butcher’s craft and a rare tasting experience. They are truly a dining experience to remember!

 

 

Collection: Batch Proof on 4 Bone-In Ribeye loins and aged them for 50 Days!

Bourbon info:

Classification: Straight Bourbon

Company: Brown-Forman

Distillery: Woodford Reserve Distillery / Brown-Forman Distillery

Release Date: February 2020

Proof: 123.6

Age: NAS

Mashbill: 72% Corn, 18% Rye, 10% Malted Barley

Color: Chestnut

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DB
11/26/2020
David B.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Bourbon Dry Aged = AWESOME

Many thanks Nicolas ! These ribeyes were amazing !

J
11/25/2020
Joe
United States United States
I recommend this product
You can actually taste the bourbon flavor

When I first hear about someone using whisky when making their product, I'm skeptical, never expecting much. Given that opinion, I still wanted to try it because I know Meat Artisan has an excellent dry-aged steak, to begin with, so what do I gotta lose. I was not disappointed. The bourbon flavor actually does permeate the meat complementing the already strong flavor of a dry-aged steak. If you enjoy the flavor of dry-aged steak, as well as the flavors in bourbon, this should absolutely be on your list to try. If you don't already enjoy dry-aged steak, this should not be your first.