Butcher BBQ Prime Injection for Beef, 4oz

Our Price: $7.99

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"Prime Injection” has combined all the things loved from our Beef Injection, using its award winning flavor enhancer and it’s ability for keeping your brisket juicy. We combined it with what has become competition standard in beef flavor.

Planning on a party? How about a tail gate event? We have just the items for you. If you have always wanted to try our award winning injections, but didn’t need to purchase the bigger packages, now you don’t have to! With each Party Pack you can slow smoke 2 of the juiciest briskets you have ever tasted. Don’t forget to check out all of our BBQ rubs to help layer on a great taste that will make your party guest want your recipe.
How to mix Brisket Injection with Butcher BBQ
How to inject a Brisket with Butcher BBQ
Trimming a brisket
Trimming a competition brisket
  • All taste palates are different, so strengthen to your taste. We recommend starting with 3/4 cup of marinade to two (2) cups of water. Other options are to split 1/2 the water with beer, apple juice, Cola or beef broth.
  • Place your brisket on a cookie sheet with edges to help catch any excess marinade. Now, using a checker board pattern, inject in every other square, keeping the injecting needle in the center of the brisket meat.
  • This amount should be enough for two thirteen (13) lb. briskets.

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December 8, 2017
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Clare , MI United States  
Fast and great

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Best brisket Ever! June 20, 2017
Reviewer: Stephen Winkler from Bloomington, IN United States  
This makes a good brisket GREAT.

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Great Stuff May 30, 2017
Reviewer: Karen W. from Hilbert, WI United States  
I am so glad to have gotten the tip for this injection. I won't make another brisket without it. It helps to add moisture for the cook and adds a subtle "beefy" background flavor to the meat.

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