This Carolina Beef Jerky brand of jerky is distributed under the same name of Carolina Beef Jerky, and it is located in Simpsonville, South Carolina. There is no web site for this Carolina Beef Jerky brand of jerky, nor are they on social media. Read More
The first review on Hombre Authentic Beef Jerky will focus on a 6 ounce/170 gram bag of their original flavored beef jerky. This jerky bag was kindly submitted for review by the Pyle Meat Products team.
Hombre Authentic Beef Jerky is distributed by Pyle Meat Products LLC, and they are located in Eudora, Kansas. Pyle Meat Products LLC was started way back in 1959 by Thomas Pyle. They made a commitment to bringing high-quality, authentic meat products Read More
This will be the second review for Wild Bill’s hickory smoked Jerky From The Jar style of beef jerky, which refers to a mason jar. The jerky weight has since been reduced, the price increased, the bag design has been tweaked, and the ingredient list may have changed. This 2 ounce/57 gram bag was purchased at a gas bar convenience store in Sayre, Pennsylvania.
Note: For a current live taste review on what may be a tweaked ingredient list, open up Wild Bill’s – Hickory Smoked Beef Jerky From The Jar (Review #2).
This will be the first review for Wild Bill’s hickory smoked ‘Jerky From The Jar’ style of beef jerky, referring to a mason jar. This 2.3 ounce/62 gram bag was purchased at a convenience store in Kearny, New Jersey back in 2011. Read More
The next review on Freedom Jerky will be on a 2.5 ounce/70.9 gram bag of their Payload Pepper flavored beef jerky. This flavor is described as a true steakhouse flavor, with just the right balance of cracked pepper with their award winning marinade. The jerky bag was kindly submitted for review by lead role, and former combat veteran, Jonathan Chia.
The next review for Cheyenne Brand will be on a 2.75 ounce/78 gram bag of their teriyaki beef jerky. This flavor is advertised to be slow cooked for a flavorful experience. The bag was purchased at a gas bar convenience store in New Milford, Pennsylvania.