Currently on tap: (price/64 oz. growler fill)
- Against the Grain Something Local (17.99)
- | Atwater Cherry Stout (11.99)
- | Atwater Hop-A-Peel (11.99)
- | Black Abbey Wicket Gate (11.99)
- | Boulder Killer Penguin Barleywine Ale (21.99)
- | Corsair Applewood Smoked Gratzer (14.99)
- | Czann's Robust Porter (9.99)
- | Einstok Icelandic White Ale (13.99)
- | Founders Dark Penance (17.99)
- | Highland IPA (11.99)
- | Jackalope Snowman Stout (9.99)
- | Left Hand Fade To Black (11.99)
- | Little Harpeth Stax Black Lager (9.99)
- | Mantra Japa Milk Stout (11.99)
- | Mayday Silk Mill (11.99)
- | Napa Smith Hopageddon (22.99)
- | Rogue Farms 6 Hop IPA (14.99)
- | Sierra Nevada Beer Camp Tropical IPA (9.99)
- | Sierra Nevada Blizzicane Bock (19.99)
- | Stone Oak Aged Ruination 2.0 (23.99)
- | Victory DirtWolf (13.99)
- | Yazoo Brett Not Sour (17.99)
- | Yazoo Daddy-O (9.99)
- | Yazoo Hop Perfect IPA (9.99)
- | Follow Frugal's New BEERMENUS page for descriptions of growler selections and late breaking beer arrivals.
- | Growler tap availability subject to change without notice.
A Dozen Rosés.
- A dozen roses says "thinking of you 12 months a year". Who says the sentiment is limited to flowers? These high-quality selections are fresh, zesty and bright. Perfect for Valentine's Day gifting. See our wine features page for full descriptions.
- All prices per each 750 ml bottle.
- Elizabeth Spencer Rosé of Grenache 2014. 18.99.
- Gérard Bertrand Cote Des Roses 2014. 15.99.
- Commanderie de la Bargemone 2014. 18.99.
- High Valley Cabernet Sauvignon Rosé 2014. 15.99.
- Gérard Bertrand Gris Blanc 2014. 14.99.
- Hogwash 2014. 16.99.
- Coppola Sofia 2014. 15.99.
- Cantine Elvio Tintero Rosato. 12.99.
- Rainstorm Silver Linings 2014. 14.99.
- Underwood 2014. 13.99.
- Latúe Organic Tempranillo Rosado 2014. 10.99.
- Foncalieu Pique Poul 2014. 13.99.
A Dozen Bourbon Roses.
- Four Roses has been named distiller of the year 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2015 by Whiskey Magazine. Give all three Four Roses selections and that makes a dozen roses for your own person of the year.
- Small Batch. Four original and limited Bourbon recipes have been expertly selected by our Master Distiller at the peak of maturation to create a perfectly balanced Small Batch Bourbon that rewards you with a mellow symphony of rich, spicy flavors along with sweet, fruity aromas and hints of sweet oak and caramel. Finishes soft, smooth and pleasantly long. 90 proof. 29.99/750 ml.
- Single Barrel is full bodied and smooth with a delicate long finish that's unbelievably mellow. Contains hints of ripe plum, cherry and other fruits, mild spices, plus sweet aromas including caramel, cocoa, vanilla and maple syrup. 100 proof. 32.99/750 ml.
- Yellow Label is a worldwide favorite, especially when creating mixed drinks with a contemporary flair. Hints of pear and apple compliment floral aromas and mix with a taste of honey and spice. Smooth and mellow with a unique, long and soft finish. 80 proof. 16.99/750 ml. 28.99/1.75 Liter.
Today: Meet Jimmy Russell
Tasting & Bottle Signing.
- Meet Jimmy Russell of Wild Turkey fame, today 4:00-7:00. Taste through some of the distillery's offerings and get a bottle signed to take home!
Today: meet Frank Ortega,
Sample Trianon tequila.
- Meet country musician Frank Ortega, today 4:00-6:00. Taste through the lineup of Trianon Tequila, complimentary, 21+ w/ID.
- Smell the sweet earthiness of blue agave. Trianon tequila captures the true taste if blue agave. The Ocampo family has been making tequila in Amatitán for three generations, using the passed-down traditions and techniques that were born in the region.
- With a decidedly organic vocal sound lending substance to his signature style, Frank Ortega navigates his way through the Nashville machine very thoughtfully in order not to sterilize his raw emotion. This Latin tattooed American country music singer lives in Nashville and has called the South his home for almost 20 years now. He has released numerous singles and has appeared on the Billboard Music chart as well as featured in various magazines.
Weather: It's still Winter Jack.
- Winter Jack is a seasonal blend of apple cider liqueur Jack Daniel's Old No. 7 Tennessee Whiskey and holiday spices. It is based on an original family recipe. Winter Jack is best served warm. The taste is reminiscent of apple pie complemented with Tennessee Whiskey and seasonal spices with a finish of toasted oak and vanilla. 17.99/750 ml.
2016 Predators Wine Festival
is Thursday March 31st.
- Join the Nashville Predators Foundation for the 11th annual Wine Festival & Tasting presented by King Jewelers on Thursday, March 31 over the ice at Bridgestone Arena. The festivities run from 6-10 p.m. and tickets are $75 per person. The festival will feature more than 200 higher-end wines, beer, and a spirits tasting and an extensive silent auction with more than 200 items.
- Get your tickets online here.
High Altitude, Low Price.
- The Don Rodolfo wine collection focuses on Argentina's hallmark grapes, with nearly 150 years of family wine making heritage. The vineyards are located in a coveted, high altitude area, where the rivers are fed by pollution-free water from melted glaciers in the Andes.
- Don Rodolfo Moscato 2014 has a peach and honeydew melon nose. On the palate, it is floral with lightly sweet, velvety textures, finishing with bright acidity. 11.5% ABV. A super crowd pleaser, easy to drink and very well made. 9.99/750 ml.
- These Don Rodolfo estate varietals, same price. 9.99/750 ml.
- Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 displays aromas of red fruit, plum with hints of spicy black pepper. This cabernet is rich and juicy, with a smooth entrance and gentle tannins. 13.5% ABV.
- Malbec 2014 has aromas of berries, cassis and plums. This wine has rich deep flavors, with smooth and round tannins. 13.5% ABV.
- Pinot Noir 2014 has an expressive bouquet, is very fruity, with black cherry aromas. This is a young, medium structured Pinot with a savory red fruit palate. 13% ABV.
- Tannat 2013 is an intense red color with dark purples hues. On the nose, aromas of rich red berries and black currant, with hints of chocolate. It is a bold, expressive and exotic wine with soft tannins. Staff pick. 13.5% ABV.
Cans of gold: Jackalope Seven Cities.
- Conquistadors, Seven Cities in cans is not a myth, it's here. It's golden. It's also unfiltered and is the first lager style beer to be released by Jackalope. Seven Cities German Pilsner. 10.99/6-pack 12-ounce cans.
Worthy of the name Yellowstone.
- Yellowstone Select 93 Proof is mixed from hand-selected barrels of four-year and seven-year-old Kentucky Straight Bourbon. This is a well-rounded bourbon with a spicy rye taste at first rounding out with caramel notes and a rich, brown sugar finish that highlights Kentucky tradition. Steve Beam and his brother Paul Beam founded Limestone Branch Distillery in 2010. The distillery is known for its Moon Pie Moonshine. With a history of distilling on both sides of their family, the brothers are seventh-generation distillers, and are currently working on the original Yellowstone recipe. $49.99/750 ml.
Chateau St. Jean Sale.
- Chateau St. Jean Chardonnay 2014 is a rich, delicious, fruit-forward wine. Bright aromas of ripe apple, creamy lemon pie, warm vanilla and brown spice lead to a rich, supple palate with juicy fruit flavors of fresh nectarine, apple and pineapple. 8.99/750 ml. Save $3.
- Chateau St. Jean Pinot Gris 2012 was fermented in stainless steel to retain its lively acidity. Bright, crisp aromas of fresh lemon, citrus and melon lead to refreshing flavors of citrus, kiwi and orange blossom. 7.99/750 ml. Save $3.
Under a Buck/Glass.
- Beringer California Collection Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Chardonnay 4.99/750 ml.
- Rex Goliath Varietals, Magnum Size. 7.99/1.5 Liter. (about 10 glasses.)
- Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigio.
Official Beer of New York Comic Con.
- Brooklyn Defender IPA is the official beer of New York Comic Con 2016, this year available in Nashville. It's an explosive West Coast-style IPA with a reddish twist thanks to a dash of roasted malt. Bold, fruity hop bitterness and an intensely resinous nose smash into a sudden dry finish that will refresh. All hail Brooklyn Brewmaster Garrett Oliver, a huge fan of classical comics. 10.49/6-pack 12-ounce bottles.
Horny Goat Off-Season Deal.
- Sexy Summer suds at a price that will warm you. Horny Goat, select varieties. 5.99 each pack.
- Choose from: Watermelon Wheat 6-pack 12-ounce, Laka Laka Pineapple Hefe 6-pack 12-ounce, or Tango Delta Tangerine IPA 4-pack 16-ounce.
Two Things that are Smooth on Ice.
- Jack Daniel's has released a limited edition box set with 2 dual logo rock glasses and a Liter bottle of Old No. 7. Each glass has both Predators and Jack Daniel's logos. Case boxes have dual graphics and contain 6 box sets.
- Jack Daniel's Predators Box Set. 29.99/Liter.
Spud Vodka Blowout.
- Spud is made in Poland entirely from potatoes. Distilled 5 times for smoothness, it has subtle, yet distinctive, vanilla notes. Gluten-free. At this price, grab a case. 19.99/1.75 Liter. (Save $10 ea.)
Your Personal Bourbon Shopper.
Frugal's Very Old Scout.
- This latest addition to the Frugal's barrel selection program came from Indiana, not Kentucky. This is a 9-year-old standout made under Master Distiller Greg Metze, bottled at 121 proof. The mash bill is 36% rye. Exceptional taste and smoothness. Non chill filtered, non carbon filtered. It's strong, but deliciously drinkable. Bold, sweet-spicy flavors with subtle apple, cherry and tobacco aroma.
- Smooth Ambler Old Scout Barrel 2280. 54.99/750 ml.
- Whiskey Buyer Myles Murphy has been on the bourbon trail in Kentucky and came back with these awesomely delicious exclusive barrels.
- Knob Creek Frugal's Single Barrel is 9-years old and weighs in at 120 proof. 42.99/750 ml.
- Calumet Farm is a solid bourbon but this bottle really turned heads. This is why you need a personal bourbon shopper. 86 proof. 44.99/750 ml.
Chattanooga Whiskey 1816 Cask.
Frugal's Single Barrel 2008.
- Introducing Frugal's exclusive Single Barrel 1816 Cask, a beautiful whiskey barreled in 2008, weighing in at 111.9 proof. Whiskey to the People, they say. Really good stuff, we say.
Ed Young: February is "Open That Bottle" month.
- For many years the Wall Street Journal had a couple, John Brecher and Dorothy Gaiter, writing their weekly wine column. Every February, they would sponsor their annual "open that bottle" night. On that special night Brecher and Gaiter urged their readers to invite their friends over to open those "saved" bottles at a wonderful tasting party. Ed shares his own best ideas and tips for getting the most out of opening older vintage wines. What better time than February, the most romantic of months to open that saved bottle of wine? Read it here.