The beef can be stored in a vacuum package under refrigerated temperatures for 4 to 6 weeks. We use the term ‘wet aging’ because the beef is aged in its own juices, not because additional water is added. If you hear that beef is aged without being specified wet or dry, chances are, it was wet aged.Click to see full answer. Also question is, how do you wet age a steak?Wet aging consists of vacuum packing beef—either primal or sub-primal cuts—in plastic (cryovac) and letting it age in a refrigerator. The meat is packed in its own juices, allowing its natural enzymes to break down connective issues…but without the fluid loss or mold growth of dry aging.One may also ask, how long can you dry age steak? You can find steaks that have been dry-aged from 7 to even up to 120 days. The most common timeframe for a steak to be dry-aged is 30 days. The meat doesn’t spoil during this time, because you age it in conditions that tightly control the levels of moisture and bacteria. Similarly, it is asked, can you dry age a wet aged steak? Why dry-aged beef tastes better All fresh beef is aged for at least few days and up to several weeks to allow enzymes naturally present in the meat to break down the muscle tissue, resulting in improved texture and flavor. These days, most beef is aged in plastic shrink-wrap—a process known as wet-aging.How long can you wet age prime rib?Most livestock associations will say that 21 days is the period of time that maximizes the tenderness level of the wet aging process. There are some cooks that believe that going beyond this date will maximize the strength of the taste level of the wet aging process.just some thoughts for you!