Brisket Flat

Cut Type

The flat end of the Packer Cut brisket, left. untrimmed with the fat on, for those looking for a perfect smoking cut for a smaller family or get together.

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Our mail order meat service delivers to any UK mainland* address using external couriers from Tuesday to Saturday. Deliveries can be tracked and re-arranged via a text message update service, kept safe in specially designed packaging that keeps a constant temperature for up to 48 hours.

We’re passionate about how we source, age and prepare our meat – so we want to ensure it reaches you exactly how it left us; always fresh and never frozen.

We cut each order individually, and vacuum pack on the morning that the boxes are packed for delivery to protect during transit. We’ve found that this is the best way to ensure that your freshly cut meat arrives with you in perfect condition. If you’d rather have your meat wrapped in butcher’s paper, we can do that too – just let us know in your order notes.

Delivery Charges:
UK mainland*:

All-day delivery (8am-5pm, Tuesday to Friday): £5.00 for orders under £50.00

Morning delivery (8am-12pm, Tuesday to Friday): £8.00 for orders under £50.00

Saturday All-Day delivery (9am-5pm): £8.00 for orders under £50.00

Saturday Morning delivery (9am-12pm): £10.00 for orders under £50.00

FREE DELIVERY on orders over £50, excludes Saturday Morning slot.


Simply choose your cuts, either individually or by choosing one of our specially selected subscription boxes, add condiments if you wish, choose your preferred delivery slot and await your meat. Our cut off for Next Day Delivery is 12pm.

If your ideal slot is not selectable that means we’ve reached capacity, so please choose another. Please remember though, that we plan our deliveries daily, so no matter when you book your delivery we will always hand-cut your orders freshly.

UK mainland* - Orders can be delivered Tuesday to Saturday. You can select a morning slot, between 8.00am and 12pm, or an all-day from 8am until 6pm – although please note that Saturday deliveries operate between 9am and 5pm.

Once your order has been accepted, a confirmation email will be sent. Please note that during busy periods we reserve the right to alter your delivery slot, but we will always endeavour to advise you of any changes. Remember, your order will always arrive with you freshly.

*UK mainland excludes Northern Ireland, the Channel Islands and the Highlands of Scotland.

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Richard's Smoked Brisket


3kg Flat Brisket

100g Great Cow Rub

30ml mustard of choice

  1. Set the smoker for 115c
  2. Coat the brisket all over with the mustard and evenly cover with the dry rub.
  3. Place the brisket in the smoker.
  4. The brisket should be removed when it reaches 86-88c and that can be anything from 8-10 hours depending on the beef used. Many people crutch a brisket, which is to remove it when it reached 70c and wrap in tin foil with beef and fruit juice, but we don't believe this to be necessary as it masks the flavour of the beef and stops a proper bark forming. 
  5. Don't worry is the brisket appears to have stopped cooking at about 70c. This is the 'stalling' period where the moisture in the beef begins to evaporate, cooling the beef and therefore stalling its cooking progress. This is perfectly normal, so don't panic, open any air vents in the BBQ or feel the need to foil it. 
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