Pulled brisket fans can now find a new addition in stores, with Beak & Sons releasing its latest Beefy Burger with Pulled Brisket, made from 100 per cent beef.

The new patty is 100 per cent gluten free and contains no artificial flavours, colours or MSG, and aims to add “a more premium twist” in flavour.

Beak & Sons Beefy Burger with Pulled Brisket combines Australian beef patties with slow cooked beef brisket, with hints of spices and sauteed onions.

“We worked incredibly hard to make this one of the tastiest gourmet burgers available, and we are sure that once you taste our beefy burger you will fall in love,” said Sharon Addington, Beak & Sons.

"Preparing brisket from scratch is very time consuming and can take some skill. We have done the hard work for you by slow cooking our beefy brisket in our signature BBQ sauce blend for 6 hours. The result is a ready to serve gourmet burger fit for a king, queen, or any royal member of your family!”

Beak & Sons Beefy Burger with Pulled Brisket includes two servings per pack and is available in Woolworths stores for RRP$7.00.

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