In 1955, a small meat shop called Balwell’s in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, laid the foundation for a beloved national treasure among beef jerky enthusiasts – Wild Bill’s beef jerky. By 1983, Balwell’s had embarked on a journey to craft premium beef jerky and meat snacks, setting the gold standard for jerky quality. Wild Bill’s claim to fame lies in its offering of long, delectable strips of premium Read More
The next review for Wild Bill’s will be on a 3 ounce/85 gram bag of their teriyaki beef jerky. This flavor is described as being sweet, savory, and packed full of rich flavor in every bite. The bag was purchased at a gas bar convenience store in Sayre, Pennsylvania.
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Note January 2015: For a recent, live taste review, open this Wild Bill’s Hickory Smoked Review #2.
In 2009, at a Tops Friendly Market store in Penn Yan, New York, I purchased a 3.25 ounce/92 gram bag of this Wild Bill’s hickory smoked flavor. I actually have four unique bags of this hickory smoked flavor, but the ingredient lists are all the same, so this will only count as one review. Read More