Welcome to the Beef Jerky Outlet of Albany, New York!
We are so happy to find our home right here in the Capital Region, more specifically right outside of Albany, in Latham, New York. We are very excited to join the Beef Jerky Outlet team and bring some great tasting jerky to the Capital Region.
So now you may be asking, "a beef jerky store?" Yes! Our owner was traveling on vacation with his family when he stumbled upon one of our franchises' other locations, and immediately fell in love. His family loved the store so much that not only did they eat all the jerky in one night (an impressive feat), but they just had to open one back home!
At our store we have over 100 different types of jerky! Did we mention that we offer free samples? Yes, that’s right, free samples! Our team wants to ensure that you find your favorite jerky, because we don’t want you to buy anything you don’t love! Our jerky ranges from the traditional beef, turkey, sausage, and delicious maple bacon to our extensive game sectionfeaturing venison, bison, alligator, salmon, pheasant, elk, ostrich, and kangaroo! We like to say if it’s legal to catch, make jerky out of it!
Although our store is 80% jerky, we also offer much more! Take a look at our hot zone that features over 100 different types of hot sauces, rubs, and marinates! We also offer mouthwatering popcorns, nuts, flavored peanut butters, and candies! Don’t forget about our bug section! From scorpion suckers, cricket lick-its, to our 5 different flavors of crickets and larva, these wild treats won’t be CAUGHT at your average FLEA market. And for those of you searching near and far for those pickled quail eggs, we’ve got you covered!
Come from near and far to truly take part in the beef jerky experience! If you think your voyage is too far, or just don’t want to leave the house, we have you covered! Order here and we will ship your selection right to your front door!
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