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Butcher Boy Meat Market Rolls Out Summer Grill Packs



Following the opening of its new smokehouse, Butcher Boy Meat Market of Reno announced the return of its summer barbecue grill pack.

Butcher Boy’s owner and master butcher, Ken Jolly, said he hand-picked the variety of meats in preparation for Memorial Day, the biggest barbecue day of the grilling season.

“Our grill packs are the perfect way to get summer started,” Jolly said. “These steaks, chops, and sausages taste amazing grilled to perfection and shared with family and friends.”

The grill pack includes two choice New York steaks, four jalapeño cheddar sausages, two lemon pepper marinated chicken breasts, two bacon burgers, one marinated tri-tip, one rack of St. Louis-style spare ribs, and two beef kebabs. At a price point of $99, Jolly said Butcher Boy’s grill pack is a great value for any home cook and grill master.

Jolly said all Butcher Boy products are naturally raised on a GMO-free diet with no antibiotics or added hormones. Beef comes from purebred Angus cattle, pork is certified Berkshire pork, and poultry are free range. Lamb cuts are locally supplied by the Borda Family Ranch in Northern Nevada.


About Butcher Boy Meat Market

The Jolly family has been serving meats and seafood to Reno foodies for over 80 years. George S. Jolly founded the family’s butchering tradition in 1932 and four generations of butchers have since followed suit. Butcher Boy Meat Market upholds the Jolly’s long-standing tradition of supporting local ranchers and bringing customers the healthiest and freshest meats and seafood available. Specialty sausages, bacons and hams are all smoked under the supervision of owner and master butcher Ken Jolly, in Butcher Boy’s own smokehouse.


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