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Grill up a set of short ribs from Bear Creek Cattle to pair with your favorite mashed potato and green bean dinner and you'll be the chef of the neighborhood. Sink your teeth into these marvelously meaty ribs still on the bone. Grass fed and then dry aged to help enhance the natural flavor and tenderness, these ribs are the quality we all crave at dinner.


  • (3 lbs) Bone-in Short Ribs

Rib Details

  • Serving Size: 16 oz (48 per purchase)
  • Shelf Life: One year frozen
  • Country of Origin: USA

Rib Care & Preparation Instructions

  • Keep frozen until ready to use.
  • Remove from packaging with a knife.
  • Cook to desired level of doneness.

Please Note: Cannot ship to PO Boxes and cannot ship to Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands or Guam.

Comes packaged in an insulated Styrofoam cooler with dry ice and will arrive to customer two days after shipping. May arrive with little to no dry ice remaining, which is normal. Although there may be no dry ice remaining, the food should arrive cold to the touch which indicates it has maintained its freshness.

Do not touch dry ice without gloves. You may leave it in the cooler outside and it will evaporate harmlessly within 24 hours. Do not put in drinks. Do not eat. Do not touch to skin, mouth or eyes. Do not put into air-tight containers. Keep out of reach of children.

About the Collection
Bear Creek Cattle Company is a leading producer of premium, all-natural, dry-aged beef. Raised on a mountain pasture, their cattle live in a stress-free environment and drink from crystal clear streams and have a diet carefully supplemented with a proprietary blend of whole grain. After harvest, Bear Creek Cattle Company beef is dry-aged to finish its unique flavor profile.

Will BeattieAbout the Guest
A graduate of The Citadel, South Carolina's well-known military college, Will Beattie is an avid outdoorsman and first-generation farmer. He founded Bear Creek Cattle Company with just a few head of cattle and a big dream to produce the finest beef while preserving the environment of his Cohutta mountain farmland for future generations.