During Chicago Craft Beer Week, Jerry's in Lincoln Square and Andersonville will partner with Half Acre Beer Company, Avery and Forbidden Root for two brew-centric events.
"Garden Party" in Andersonville
No need to pack away your Derby hats just yet! Jerry's in Andersonville will hold a garden party on Tuesday, May 23. Starting at 6 p.m., guests may enjoy craft brews from Forbidden Root and Avery Brewing Company on the backyard patio. A bevy of botanical beers will be featured, including Forbidden Root's Sublime Ginger ($8/12 oz), Tropical Toy Boat ($7.50/12oz), Fernetic ($8.50/8 oz), a TBD East Coast-style Pale Ale ($8/12 oz) and Avery's Tangerine Quad, Raspberry Sour, Apricot Sour, Vanilla Bean Stout and Coconut Porter (all $10/8oz). Laura Von Brock from Avery Brewing Company and Kevin Fitchuk from Forbidden Root will be on hand to discuss their beer. The full dining menu will be available until 11 p.m.
"Grab a Cold Cat for a Cool Cause" in Lincoln Square
Jerry's in Lincoln Square is partnering with Half Acre Beer Company to raise funds for the Illinois chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union. On Wednesday, May 24 starting at 6 p.m., event guests are invited to enjoy "Tiger and Alice" ($8, 12oz) or "Barrel-Aged Big Hugs" ($11/8oz) brews while supporting freedom, liberty, equality and justice for all within the United States. Jerry's will also be pouring "Galactic Double Daisy Cutter" ($8.50/12oz) and the always quaffable Pony Pils ($6, pint). Eric Kapraun from Half Acre will be on hand to discuss the craft brew scene in Chicago. The evening will feature a raffle for Half Acre and Jerry's swag (koozies, patches, pins, stickers, beer, a growler with a free fill, hat, shirt and Jerry's gift certificates). 10% of all sales for the evening and 100% of raffle proceeds will be donated to the ACLU of Illinois. The full dining menu will be available until 11 p.m.
Jerry's, Lincoln Square
4739 N. Lincoln Avenue
5419 N. Clark Street