Corned Beef

Hand crafted from British dairy-bred, grass-fed organic beef

Helen Browning’s Corned Beef

We use our own grass-fed, dairy-bred organic beef which has it’s own glorious story here to magic up a delicious modern version on a very very popular old classic. An artisan, hand-crafted product – cured, slowly cooked for 12 hours in it’s own broth and then hand-pulled and pressed into terrines. A truly flavoursome deep, rich, buttery corned beef. 

This corned beef is very different to a tinned version – yes, you can still slice it easily but it has a lovely rich crumbly texture too that makes it a very versatile and an incredibly tasty store cupboard essential … delicious and ready to use. Ideal for salads, sandwiches, snacks, parties, picnics and hearty lunches.  No tin – no key – no cut fingers (if you’re old enough to remember!). 

Part of this wonderful story is that this product allows us to raise dairy-bred, grass-fed beef animals profitably – steak cuts and mince use only part of the beef carcass and they are popular family essentials … Corned Beef is made from less popular whole cuts that respond beautifully to being slow cooked  tender, rich & buttery beef. 

We work with a lovely team at Native Breeds Charcuterie part of Fowlescombe Rare & Pasture Ltd; Ruth & Graham are incredibly talented Charcutiers based in Lydney, Gloucester.


Produced from prime cuts of UK farmed free range and organic beef kept to the highest of welfare standards

Delicious used in a wide variety of hot and cold dishes

Gluten-free, great for coeliacs.

GM free

Perfect store cupboard essential

Soil Association approved organic product

Award winning


Organic beef (98.5%), Salt*, Organic sugar, Organic sea buckthorn (antioxidant), Sodium Nitrate* (perservative)

*Permitted non-organic ingredients

Nutritional & allergy information

Free from genetically modified ingredients, gluten, nuts and nut derivatives.

Where to buy:

Farm Safaris for livestock, landscapes and wildlife at Eastbrook Farm

We’re now combining  everything—the pigs, the cows and calves, the landscapes, the wildlife—deer, owls, badgers, flora and fauna generally, although not all of it appears on cue.  Our colleague James Andrews, expert at wildlife photography among other skills, will lead the ‘Safari’ tours, in the red land rover

Tackling the virus crisis ...

We have set up a farm shop at the Royal Oak in Bishopstone for groceries, organic meat and freshly prepared meals to take-away during the current restrictions on in-house dining. Please see our social media for updates and a full list of available produce. 

We are recruiting ...

Helen Browning's Royal Oak is seeking candidates for a new full time position: Retail manager & business administration; a full time post available within our hospitality and retail business, based on one of the UK’s most progressive organic farms.

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Helen Browning's Organic6 days ago
Recipe of the week: steak marinade🤩 This delicious recipe is perfect for a weekend treat! Check it out through this link and don’t forget to tag us in your #organiccreations 🧡 (this recipe has been borrowed from the AllRecipes website)

6 days ago
Check out our recipe of the week: the best steak marinade🤩 a perfect recipe for a weekend treat! Take a look through this link and don’t forget to tag us in your #organiccreations 🧡 (this recipe has been borrowed from AllRecipes) HelenBOrganic photo

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 Just wanted to say a big thank you to Tim and all the staff. Returned home after being thoroughly looked after everything was perfect. My girls have already made me promise to get some of your burgers when I'm next in – Jason

 Incredibly welcoming! Excellent food!! Peroni on draft!!! What more could you want in such an idiillic setting? – Dave

 Great social distancing measures in place. Food is as amazing as always! Well done Royal Oak and thanks to the team! – Sally

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