Northwest Bierhaus and Wine Country Jerky

Northwest Bierhaus and Wine Country Jerky - (Your Choice)
Sold by: Wine Country Connect, LLC
Sale Price: $59.99 (Includes Shipping)
List Price: $88.00 (Includes Shipping)
Discount: 32% off List Price
Northwest Bierhaus and Wine Country Jerky Sampler 8-Pack
(1) Northwest Bierhaus – IPA Beef Jerky-4 oz.
(1) Northwest Bierhaus – Dark Ale Beef Jerky-4 oz.
(1) Northwest Bierhaus – Hot IPA Beef Jerky-4 oz.
(1) Northwest Bierhaus – Hot Dark Ale Beef Jerky-4 oz.
(1) California Wine Country – Cabernet Beef Jerky-4 oz.
(1) Washington Wine Country – Cabernet Beef Jerky-4 oz.
(1) Oregon Wine Country – Cabernet Beef Jerky-4 oz.
(1) Oregon Wine Country – Pinot Noir Beef Jerky-4 oz.
…or…
Northwest Bierhaus Jerky Sampler 8-Pack
(2) Northwest Bierhaus – IPA Beef Jerky-4 oz.
(2) Northwest Bierhaus – Dark Ale Beef Jerky-4 oz.
(2) Northwest Bierhaus – Hot IPA Beef Jerky-4 oz.
(2) Northwest Bierhaus – Hot Dark Ale Beef Jerky-4 oz.
…or…
Wine Country Jerky 8-Pack
(2) California Wine Country – Cabernet Beef Jerky-4 oz.
(2) Washington Wine Country – Cabernet Beef Jerky-4 oz.
(2) Oregon Wine Country – Cabernet Beef Jerky-4 oz.
(2) Oregon Wine Country – Pinot Noir Beef Jerky-4 oz.

Beware: If you are acustomed to paying almost $2/ oz for beef jerky, then this product is just for you! Save ur hard earned $$.

$30/lb. Is that a good deal for jerky?

How does this compare to something you would get at The Store That Sells Walls?

Y’know, like Jack Link’s Tender Cuts or whatever… I’m not really into jerky. Fewer preservatives/better flavour, etc?

Pretty expensive compared to gas station jerky.

I make mine at home and the beef costs $5- $6 a lb and including marinating and oven cook time it takes appx 12 hours. I guess if your time is valued at more than $25 a lb it’s worth it.

Recipe or link to trusted recipe / “way of doing stuff to meat”?
I’m interested
I have an entire Sir Loin loin in the freezer as well as some rump roast? I’m thinking beef jerky would be great for scraps but what works best?

Look on AllRecipes for a jerky recipe, though Google will turn up many more. Most recipes have brown sugar, soy sauce, Worcestershire sauce, and maybe some pepper flakes. I find London broil (round steak) works best for jerky, because it is very lean and is just the right thickness. And I can usually get it for under $3.00/lb at the local Safeway (not Albertson’s those b@$t@rd$). My oven has a dehydrate setting that is 150 degrees for 3 hours. Yum!