Red Meat Market

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Wow.

Friends, I had an incredible - nay, INCREDIBLE, experience tonight, thanks entirely to the fine folks from the Capital Brewery and Red Meat Market.

Wow. What a spectacular culmination of events. I can't even begin to explain how great this is, but I'll do my best. :-)

So... you like meat, right? What's better than pasture raised, all-natural, grass fed, organic meat? Nothing. That's right - Nothing.

Problem is, it's hard to find quality beef/lamb/pork.

If you're like me, you'll spend more time than you care to, browsing farmers markets and what not in search of that ever-elusive meat that's been sustainably raised, grass fed, and responsibly farmed.

Well, fret not.

The fine folks from the Red Meat Market have you covered. They work with local farmers that pledge (and can confirm) that they raise grass fed, all natural, pasture-grown beef, lamb, and pork; in turn, they butcher and sell the product directly to you. It's a WIN-WIN situation.

Their partners promise to honor the animals that provide us with life. What more could you ask for???

Well, the Red Meat Market partnered with the Capital Brewery to sponsor a launch event in Madison, and I was lucky enough to attend it. And boy howdy, am I glad that I did!

I arrived around 8pm, just as the sun was setting. After a 2-second check-in with Haley and her partner, I had all of the necessary tickets and paper work to proceed:

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I apologize for the dark pictures, but by the time I had finished riding and running, the sun was setting...

I registered at the front desk, grabbed my tickets, and hit the food line. The fine folks from Red Meat Market were offering up generous portions of chopped pork sandwiches or Berkshire pork spare ribs. Being the glutton I am, I ponied up for a serving of each.

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Oh. My. Gosh.

Both the sandwich and the spare ribs were PHENOMENAL. You seriously need to place an order with these guys - the meats were unreal. And it's super comforting to know that you're buying from a truly sustainable resource. Wow. I can still taste them... wow.

I purchased one of their packs, and I can't wait to fire-up the Big Green Egg and give them a shot... I'm sure they will all be unreal.

To top-off the evening, I was fortunate enough to meet the founders of the Red Meat Market, and they were super nice - incredibly thankful/grateful, and terribly welcoming. I truly believe in what these guys (and gals) are doing, and I vow to buy 100% of my beef/pork product from them.

Here we are on their "marquee" - they were super cool, and incredibly nice.

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I stayed for the entire event, and I had a great time. I can't thank the fine folks from Red Meat Market and the Capital Brewery enough. I wish everyone the best of luck, and believe me when I say this - check them out. They are STELLAR.

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