Appalachian Beef Jerky - Jurkey?

Beef Jerky

Appalachian Beef Jerky Company is a relatively new player in the meat snacks industry based out of Brighton, MA.

This brand offers the following varieties:


Appalachian Jerky  Co- Primal Smoke: This variety is gluten-free, and contains no sugar, soy, or preservatives. Just lean steak, chilis, vinegar, salt, garlic, onion pepper, red pepper and real hickory smoke. The ingredients all seem to combine well to create mostly a garlic & onion flavored jerky with a noticeable smokiness. There isn't really any heat to this, considering the addition of hot sauce, though it still has a light spiciness along with the black pepper. But, the vinegar from the hot sauce does show up in light amounts, just enough to give this jerky tangy chewing.

Appalachian Jerky Company- Thermonuclear: It contains Beef, soy sauce, tabasco, hot sauce, chili powder, red pepper. This jerky  certainly is quite hot, and the heat is felt right away too. But there's also a good deal of chile pepper flavor, mostly resembling cayenne and chili powder. 


Appalachian Jerky Garlic Teriyaki beef jerky: This Garlic Teriyaki variety is described as being made with a teriyaki brine and a kick of garlic heat plus other spices.There seems to be some meat flavor noticeable rising up through the heavier sweet and garlic.It contains beef, pineapple juice, brown sugar, soy sauce, garlic pepper sauce, ginger, garlic.


Appalachian Jerky-Raging Ron’s Hot: This Raging Ron’s Hot variety is described as using habanero sauce and red pepper to provide a steady burn while "retaining good smoked meat flavor with other spices". The ingredients
are  beef, water, soy sauce, worcestershire sauce, tabasco habanero sauce, flavorings, red pepper, black pepper, chili powder.

Appalachian Jerky -  Dopey Doug's Hickory Smoked: This Dopey Doug's Hickory Smoked has Raging Ron's Hot, Daisy's Sweet & Hot, and Dopey Doug's Garlic Teriyaki. You’re going to taste in this jerky is a soy sauce flavor and little else, perhaps some light touches of fat flavor on a few pieces, and maybe a faint bit of smokiness on the surface.


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