About Us

Brought to you by two regular guys from Jersey that could very well be your neighbor and that just so happen to know a thing or two about vodka.

With another “craft/artisanal” vodka introduced almost daily, we agree there are too many vodkas, but
believe there are too few good ones, and that’s where we come in.

We choose to focus on what is inside the bottle, distilling the finest corn while exercising meticulous detail to bring you a clean, well balanced, full flavored vodka with an incredibly smooth finish. We don’t care for myths about being “handcrafted”, medals and points we’ve been awarded, or marketing gimmicks about ancient recipes.

We’re just a DAMN GOOD VODKA at a REASONABLE PRICE, that’s perfect for every occasion, especially in the company of friends and family. So give us a shot, and support the hometown team. We guarantee you’ll come back for more.



Support Local

Now, more than ever, consumers are actively seeking out local craft beers, wines & spirits.
The folks behind Jerry’s Vodka have identified an intrinsic void in the New Jersey market
for a locally based premium vodka below $20.

New Jersey residents are among the most
ethnocentric in the nation. It is our belief that when given a choice, a true Jersey native will
support their own, over an “outsider”.

Jerry’s is FROM Jersey…
FOR Jersey…
And ONLY AVAILABLE in Jersey!



Support local by becoming a friend and loyal customer.


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DIRTY JERZ

INGREDIENTS: 3 oz JERRY’s Vodka 2 large green olives, pitted 1 tsp good-quality blue cheese 1 tsp dry vermouth DIRECTIONS: Stuff the olives with the blue cheese. Add the vermouth to a martini glass and swirl to coat the glass.  Freeze the glass until chilled, about 10 minutes. When ready to serve, add the vodka to …read more →

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JERRY’s JERSEY TEA

INGREDIENTS: 1.5 oz JERRY’s vodka 6 oz brewed tea 0.5 oz lemon juice Lemon wheel, to garnish DIRECTIONS: Combine the vodka, brewed tea and lemon juice in an ice-filled glass. Garnish with the lemon wheel, and serve.

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