There’s nothing like discovering a kickass bar while you are out wandering and snapping street art. I was in between neighborhoods and feeling quite parched from too much sidewalk stomping. Jerry’s Sandwiches in Andersonville was just what I needed after perusing the stellar draft list and discovering they had a patio. https://www.beermenus.com/places/6856-jerry-s-andersonville
Not just any patio, mind you, but a tropical style patio complete with flamingos. I couldn’t believe my eyes after being seated back there. I’m glad I arrived at a non-busy time, because I pretty much had the place to myself, which allowed me to feel right at home photographing my beers.
I was drooling after realizing the abundance of dark options. With 50 taps to choose from along with roughly 25 beers in bomber/large format, there is a style for every beer lover. There were so many beers arousing my curiosity, that it became a daunting task to choose.
After conversing with my server, I decided on the following small pours: Judgement Day - Belgian Quad by Lost Abbey, Box Set Track #8 Number of the Beast - another Belgian Quad by Lost Abbey, Paradise - Imperial Stout by Prairie Artisan Ales, and Necessary Evil! - Imperial Stout by Illuminated Brew Works. Despite all four beers looking similar in appearance, they were unique in their own right and outstanding in flavor.
My stomach was pretty occupied with beer; however, I couldn't leave without trying the house-made chips. Who knew potato chips could be this damn tasty?!
Beer Speaks. People Mumble. I couldn't agree more, Jerry. Until next time...