Real-time Tap ticker. current Growlers on tap: We recently expanded to 24 taps!
- Abita Select Triple Haze
- | Alltech's Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale ($11.99)
- | Black Abbey Barrel Aged Fortress
- | Blackstone Adam Bomb IPA ($9.99)
- | Czann's Belgian Blonde Ale
- | Fat Bottom Barrel Aged Bertha ($9.99)
- | Green Flash East Village Pilsner ($10.99)
- | Jackalope Rompo Red Rye
- | Lagunitas Daytime A Fractional IPA
- | Little Harpeth High Water Dunkel Lager
- | Oskar Blues Gubna ($18.99)
- | Schlafly Barrel Aged Imperial Stout ($10.99)
- | Sierra Nevada Beer Camp Canfusion Rye Bock f. Oskar Blues ($9.99)
- | Southern Tier Mokah Stout ($16.99)
- | Starr Hill All Access Black IPA ($10.99)
- | Starr Hill Boxcar Pumpkin Porter
- | Starr Hill Grateful Pale Ale
- | Sweetwater 420 Extra Pale Ale
- | Tennessee Brew Works Sour Roses ($17.99)
- | Victory Red Thunder ($11.99)
- | Yazoo Fall Lager
- | Yazoo Hefeweizen
- | Yazoo Pale Ale
- | Growler tap availability subject to change without notice.
5th Annual Nashville Italian Lights Festival.
- September 5th - 7th: The 5th Annual Italian Lights Festival celebrates three days of culture and cuisine from the old country, in a family-friendly environment. Enter the Meatball Eating and Grape Stomping Contests, enjoy live music, and more! Tickets: ONLY $2. Kids under 3 FREE. FREE Parking. Frugal's is not only a sponsor of this event, but we will be there pouring FREE wine tastings Saturday and Sunday. For more information, click for the official festival web site.
Zin-phomania, Under $13.
- Zin-Phomaniac Lodi Zinfandel 2012 displays tempting aromas of dark cherry, blackberry and spice. On the tongue this is a complex, full-bodied wine with juicy, approachable flavors of ripe blue-purple fruit and dark semi-sweet chocolate. A kiss of vanilla and a touch of brown baking spice add depth to the long, satisfying mouthfeel. 14.9% ABV. Crafted by Winemaker Carolyn Craig, the wine was sourced from some of the Lodi's renowned old vines ranging from 20 to 75 years old. $12.99/750 ml. Save $5!
5-Below Summer Wines.
- Simply Naked California Undressed Red 2011 is fruit forward, fleshy, yet balanced by silky tannins and a rich texture. Raspberry jam, plum, and cherry fruits caress the entire palette, leaving a long lasting finish. Amazing buy, drink now. $4.99/750 ml.
- Rex Goliath Chardonnay displays bold aromas of apple and pear, combined with the classic spices of Grandma's apple pie. Tropical fruit, pineapple and melon flavors combine with well-integrated layers of crème brûlée and a smattering of vanilla. 13.5% ABV. $4.99/750 ml.
Epic Flavors for a Trifle.
- Made with vodka imported from France, Epic is triple-distilled, then delicious flavors are added providing a wide range of options. $12.99/1.75 Liter.
- Available in Cake, Coconut, Kiwi Strawberry and Cherry. 70% ABV (35 Proof).
Under $15 Tuscan Sensation.
- I Veroni Elacaia Rosso Di Toscana 2012 exemplifies finesse, soft and lush. The Sangiovese is the star here, smooth as silk with fresh raspberry flavors leading the way. A supple earthiness and spice backbone round out the wine, maintaining a great balance. There's an Old World charm to the wine, but the soft fruitiness of the Merlot keeps it soft and gentle. The finish reveals a welcomed hint of oakiness that wraps this wine up like a gift. (92 points, Wine and Spirits Guild of America). It could become your favorite pasta or pizza wine. $14.99/750 ml. Qualifies for 10% off on a solid case of 12.
- For more summer wine buys, check our Wine Features page.
Nashville Scene Best of Nashville 2014.
- Frugal MacDoogal humbly asks for your votes in the Nashville Scene Best of Nashville "Home Grown" 2014 Reader's Poll. Thanks for supporting us in the past and naming us "Best Liquor Store". You may also name us "Best Craft Beer Retailer", "Best Place to Get a Growler Filled" and/or "Best Wine Store". The poll runs through September 5th, so head on over to the Nashville Scene survey page.
New & Improved Frugal MacDoogal Nashville.
- Introducing the new and improved open-concept Frugal's. The finishing touches may be continuing for a while as your shopping experience is now greatly improved. The "wall" between the beer and wine/liquor side is no more. You buy everything at once, faster and easier. If you haven't seen the changes in person, this month's newsletter provides a tour of all the enhancements. Read Ed Young's newsletter here.