OHL Style Beef Jerky

OHL Style Beef Jerky Brings a Personal Touch to Delicious Jerky

Hand-Sliced, Marinated Jerky is not Chopped or Pressed


Needville, TX -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/22/2016 -- The perfect beef jerky is a thing of beauty: an excellent blend of flavor, a good chewiness, and a satisfying snack all in one. Beef jerky is the perfect companion for a daytime hike, a cross-country trip, or as a way to spice up an average day at the office. At OHL Style Beef Jerky, creating truly delicious jerky is at the core of what they do best. Based in Texas, the OHL has been selling top notch jerky for 30+ years, with a special emphasis on the details that make good jerky truly great. From hand-slicing to overnight marinating, all the way down to the unrivaled pecan-smoked wood – their jerky is truly exquisite. Current flavors of their flagship beef stick include regular, hot, jalapeño, and cheese. Fans of the brand will be excited to know that they are currently workshopping a teriyaki beef stick.

"We pride ourselves on making tasty jerky that will fill you up and leave you begging for more at the same time," explained Logan Ohl, co-owner of OHL Style Beef Jerky. He continued, saying "Unlike our competitors, we make it a point not to chop or press our meat. All of our top grade beef is hand-sliced and prepared the best way we know how."

Adding a teriyaki beef stick is an interesting development for the beef jerky experts, and one that Logan does not take lightly, "Ultimately we'd like to cater to our customers directly, and this is a flavor we have had a continued clamoring for – so it only made sense that we would get to work on it. But this is by no means the limit. We want to encourage customers new and old to send us suggestions for flavors they would like to see – we'll never shy away from that challenge.

About OHL Style Beef Jerky
In 1986, OHL Style Beef Jerky began selling top quality beef jerky to customers all across the country. Their meat is distinguished in its preparation: hand-slices, marinated overnight, and put in the smokehouse the next day; it is not dehydrated, but placed on pecan smoked wood to elucidate the best flavors. Unlike some competitors, OHL jerky is never chopped or pressed.