Real-time Tap ticker. current Growlers on tap: We recently expanded to 24 taps!
- Back Forty Fence Post Session Ale
- | Back Forty Freckle Belly IPA
- | Back Forty Naked Pig Pale Ale
- | Back Forty Truck Stop Honey Brown Ale ($9.99)
- | Blackstone Wet Hop Ale ($14.99)
- | Duck Rabbit Marzen
- | Founder's Dirty Bastard ($9.99)
- | Founders Red's Rye IPA ($9.99)
- | Founders Rubaeus ($16.99)
- | Goose Island Matilda ($18.99)
- | Green Flash East Village Pilsner ($10.99)
- | Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale ($13.99)
- | Lagunitas Sucks - Brown Shugga Substitute ($11.99)
- | Mayday Pump's Kinfolk
- | New Belgium La Folie ($18.99)
- | New Belgium Le Terroir ($18.99)
- | New Belgium Rampant Imperial IPA ($9.99)
- | New Belgium Tour de Fall Pale Ale
- | Oskar Blues Dale's Pale Ale ($13.99)
- | Sierra Nevada Beer Camp Canfusion Rye Bock f. Oskar Blues ($9.99)
- | Southern Tier 2X Stout Nitro ($13.99)
- | Starr Hill Grateful Pale Ale
- | Sweetwater 420 Extra Pale Ale
- | Victory Golden Monkey ($11.99)
- | Follow Frugal's New BEERMENUS page for descriptions of growler selections and late breaking beer arrivals.
- | Growler tap availability subject to change without notice.
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Lynne Tolley Jack Daniel's Bottle Signing, October 23rd, 2-5 PM.
- One of our favorite people in the whole world, Lynne Tolley, is appearing at Frugal's on Thursday October 23rd to sign bottles of Jack Daniel's Whiskey. Come meet and greet Lynne between 2:00 and 5:00 and have bottles personally signed (a great gift idea).
- You probably know Lynne is the proprietress of Miss Mary Bobo's Boarding House, is herself a fourth generation native of Lynchburg, and is the great-grandniece of Jack Daniel. In addition, she is an official taste tester for the Jack Daniel Distillery and an acknowledged cooking authority.
October Wine Ideas.
- Casillero Del Diablo translates to the cellar of the devil, and how appropriate for Halloween-themed wine enjoyment. The wines are from Concha y Toro in Chile and all varieties are seriously good examples of their grape.
- Casillero Del Diablo Cabernet Sauvignon 2012 displays notes of cherries, black currants and plums with wood that provides subtle hints of toast. This wine has a medium body and firm yet silky tannins and a long lingering finish. $8.99/750 ml.
- Casillero Del Diablo Sauvignon Blanc, Red Blend and Merlot also on sale. $8.99/750 ml.
- For more October wine buys, check our Wine Features page.
- Fort Collins Oktoberfest was brewed using old world German techniques and ingredients. A single decoction mash unleashes the complexity and depth of the Vienna, Munich and Caramel malts that create this beer's distinct aroma and flavor. German noble hops balance this rich and malty lager with a delicate herbal and spicy bouquet of aromas. IBU-24. 5.4% ABV. $9.99/6-pack 12-ounce bottles.
- For more Oktober, Pumpkin and Fall beer features, check our Beer Features page.
John Wayne Knew Whiskey (and Drank it).
- Duke Kentucky Bourbon was inspired by bottles from John Wayne's personal whiskey collection, preserved for over 50 years and only recently discovered. The bourbon is blended to reflect The Duke's preferred whiskey flavor profile from tasting notes left behind during the time he was planning his own distillery. A selection of 5 to 10 year old whiskeys are chosen barrel by barrel and blended by hand. 88 proof (44% ABV). $29.99/750 ml.
Smooth, Rich Esprit Orange Liqueur.
- Esprit Orange Liqueur is an exceptionally smooth and flavorful orange liqueur with a base of A. Hardy VSOP Cognac. Esprit Classique is distilled in small pot stills from orange peels imported from the island of Curacao. It has a smooth and rich taste that is truly distinctive, and it's presented in decorative bottles that are filled by hand. $19.99/750 ml. (Compare at $39.99.)
- For more fall liquor buys, check our Liquor Features page.
Oktober is for Festivities.
- For many of us, Oktober is the best month of the year, and we spell it with a "k". It's the month for tailgating, college homecomings, corn field mazes, pumpkin patches, haunted houses, Oktoberfest, and Halloween parties. The staff at Frugal's is geared up to help our customers celebrate. This month's newsletter covers all the bases with lots of ideas for beverages to pair with the festivities. So, plan your party, invite your friends, make a visit to Frugal for crucial supplies, and get ready for an occasion that everyone will be remembering and talking about for months to come! Read Ed Young's newsletter here.