July 15, 2022
Whether your brand new to the world of aging steak at home, or a long-time aficionado, it’s important to remember that the best aged-beef starts with the finest subprimals. The better the beef, the better the finished results. At SteakAger, we may be famed for our innovative steak-aging technology, but we’re just as passionate when it comes to providing our customers with some of the finest subprimals in today’s market.
When it comes to perfectly aged steak at home, it’s important to know exactly which cut of beef is best suited for your needs. Check out our subprimals page to learn more about how to go about choosing the best beef, based on your unique preferences.
- U.S. Select, U.S. Choice, and U.S. Prime are the three primary grades of beef
- Beef, Striploin, and Porterhouse should age for a minimum of 28 days
- Sirloin and Chuck subprimals should age for a minimum of 21 to 28 days
- The ideal time to age tenderloin subprimals is 15-21 days
- The farmers we partner with have a diverse range of certifications
- You can order superior-grade subprimals online through our website
When it comes to aging steak at home, there’s no substitute for subprimals of the highest quality. For more information on what we look for when partnering with our farmers, or to learn more about ordering beef subprimals online, get in touch with our staff and we’ll be happy to get you started.