Wolf Chili No Beans 15 oz. – 12 Unit Pack

For generations, Wolf’s Brand unique blend of seasonings and good hearty beef have delivered authentic chili taste.

Quick facts

  • 12 – 15 oz. cans
  • No beans
  • Dispenser pack
  • Texas #1 Chili

Top reviews

Where have you been all my life?

I’m from Georgia, so I was a little bit of a skeptic when my room mate in college (who was from Texas), could not stop raving about Wolf Brand. In fact, when he received a care package from his Mom with 6 cans of the stuff, I think I saw tears in his eyes. I must say, I am now a believer. Those of us who grew up on Hormel and Armour have no idea how good canned chili can taste. The meat is firm and substantial, and the spices let you know that someone used a real recipe for this. Definitely worth the cost. Try it and and become a believer!
TessieDover, MA

Best darn canned chili there is

Wolf Brand Chili…made in Texas and we are Texans…in my family’s opinion, the best canned chili made. If you haven’t tried it, you are missing a treat. If you have tried it, ask yourself, “How long has it been since you’ve had a bowl of Wolf Brand Chili?” Well, that’s too long.
ArielFairfield, KY

A very special Christmas Gift

This brand of Chili is a family favorite….My born and bred Texas youngest son is living way up North. He wanted a taste of home and this specific brand. It arrived in the nick of time and I received a very warm Thanks.
MarcellusFallon, MT

The “holy” trinity of Texas foods:

Dr. Pepper, (husband pleasin’)Ranch Style Beans, and Wolf Brand Chili (when was the last time you had a bowl?). These three Texas originals have fed Texas cowboys and beautiful Texas women for generations. There just isn’t any better eatin’!
TashaChapman, KS

Wolf Brand Chili Awooooooo!!! As good as canned chili gets!

OK all you little buckaroos out there, gather round the stove for a little bit of Texas traditional chili on the go. Is it as good as you have ever had? Well, if you have had lots of chili and both home made and canned varieties, probably not. If you have had only canned varieties, then maybe it is. I have had a lot of chili in the day and of course, nothing in a can is going to beat a pot of honest to gosh down home made goodness in a pot but for a quick and easy version, WBC is about as good as I have ever seen it. I’m not going down that “beans or no beans” debate road since everything is subjective in that regard, but if you just want a quick bowl of chili (and you can hot rod it if you like with fresh tomato chunks, sauteed onions, etc..) then here’s your guy. Used to be made in Corsicana Texas, south of Dallas. Not sure these days.. With some crackers and some good cheese slices you got yourself a nice little lunch going on there. You can always shop around and sometimes find these going for about a buck a can just before fall tailgating weather hits. In the meantime, enjoy whenever you feel like it..
WillardBellevue, IA

Wolf Brand Chili

We can’t get Wolf Brand Chili in Georgia, and being from Texas, really missed it. Glad to find it reasonably priced with quick shipping.
MarquitaSouth Cairo, NY