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Frugal MacDoogal Wine, Beer & Liquor Warehouse

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Currently on tap: (price/64 oz. growler fill)

  • Calfkiller Ye Olde Calfkiller Quazi (9.99)
  • |  Corsair Applewood Smoked Gratzer (15.99)
  • |  Czann's Pumpkin (9.99)
  • |  Devils Backbone Spider Bite (11.99)
  • |  Erie Oktoberfest (16.99)
  • |  Evil Twin Sour Bikini (21.99)
  • |  Finch's Hardcore Chimera Imperial IPA (12.99)
  • |  Lexington Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Stout (14.99)
  • |  Little Harpeth Prost (8.99)
  • |  Napa Smith Organic IPA ($11.99)
  • |  New Belgium Hop Kitchen Hop Tart (13.99)
  • |  Ommegang Hennepin (13.99)
  • |  Rivertown Lil' SIPA (7.99)
  • |  Southern Prohibition 2015 IPA (12.99)
  • |  Stone Enjoy By 10.31.15 (21.99)
  • |  Stone RuinTen IPA (21.99)
  • |  Tennessee Brew Works Bluff City Pail (8.99)
  • |  Terrapin / Cigar City Vapricot (23.99)
  • |  Wiseacre Gotta Get Up To Get Down Coffee Milk Stout (9.99)
  • |  Yazoo Brett Not Sour (17.99)
  • |  Yazoo Citraluxe Embrace the Funk (17.99)
  • |  Yazoo Hop Project IPA (8.99)
  • |  Yazoo Hopry (11.99)
  • |  Yellowhammer Tobacco Road (17.99)
  • |  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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Fri. Oct. 9: New Belgium CLiPS Beer & Film Tour.

Fri. Oct. 9: New Belgium CLiPS Beer & Film Tour.
  • Nashville East Park. Doors 7:30 PM. Film 9:00 PM.
  • Featuring fan-made films and New Belgium beer. Benefits Ride for Reading.
  • Free Admission. Event tips, food vendors and More at
  • Clips offers a venue where guests can try New Belgium's most esoteric beers, while watching short films created by New Belgium fans. Up to 16 varieties from Lips of Faith to brewery classics will be on tap. Enjoy a night under the stars with proceeds going to Ride for Reading Nashville. Since its inception in 2010, Clips has raised more than $620,000 for nonprofits nationwide. This year marks the sixth year for the beer-toting, film-traveling, nonprofit-benefiting show that travels coast-to-coast, and Nashville is the 17th stop.
  • Approximately 20 short films. Chosen films include a panda with an attitude about craft beer, a mano-a-mano mountain bike brawl, a whimsical human-powered surf rig and much, much more!

The Dark Side

Carnivor Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 at Frugal's.
  • It's getting dark in here. Could it be that Halloween is right around the corner? These are excellent red wine values, dark and fruit-driven, limited edition, and perfect for the season.
  • Carnivor Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 is "big and bold in style, offering intense, dark fruit aromas and deep, inky color. A plush, velvety mouthfeel frames rich flavors of dark berries, coffee, mocha and toasted oak, all backed by a distinctive smoothness and a lingering, silky finish." 90 points and Best Buy, Wine Enthusiast. 13.8% ABV. 10.99/750 ml.
Cryptic Red 2012 at Frugal's.
  • Cryptic Red 2012 is "a luscious, medium-bodied, exuberantly fruity, dry red with plenty of character as well as Provenšal herbs, pepper, meat, black cherries and blackcurrants." 88 points Robert Parker. 12.99/750 ml.
Apothic Dark California Red Blend 9.99 at Frugal's.
  • Apothic Dark California Red Blend 2014 seamlessly integrates flavors of blueberry and blackberry with enticing notes of coffee and dark chocolate for a rich and smooth mouthfeel with layers of texture. Blend: Petite Sirah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot, Teroldego. A majority of the grapes in Apothic Dark were selected from Lodi. 14% ABV. 9.99/750 ml.

Dark 'N Stormy.

Gosling's at Frugal's.
  • The Dark 'N Stormy is one of the most popular cocktails. But did you know, it is legally prohibited to screw up a Dark 'N Stormy? That's because the cocktail is trademarked. Therefore bartenders must follow the exact recipe, including using Gosling's rum, if they want to call it a Dark 'N Stormy. The recipe is 1.5 ounces of Black Seal rum and a dash of Gosling's Ginger Beer. You are allowed to add a lime slice.
  • Gosling's Black Seal Rum has a rich, intricate flavor, well balanced and nuanced with butterscotch, vanilla and caramel. If you haven't tried this Bermuda rum, you're in for a treat. 28.99/1.75 Liter.
  • Gosling's Ginger Beer has the ideal balance of sweetness and spiciness, perfectly pairing with the flavor profile of Black Seal Rum. 6.99/6-pack 12-ounce cans.

Dark Roast Sambuca Deal.

Castello Mio Sambuca Espresso 9.99 at Frugal's.
  • In need of a high energy shot, a taste of Italy and a deal? Castello Mio Sambuca Espresso is made from real Italian deep roast coffee beans and all natural sambuca essences. Made by a family company that has been hand crafting artisanal liqueurs in the Veneto region of Italy since the 1800's. 76 proof, $15 off. 9.99/750 ml.

Chocolate Covered IBUs.

Oskar Blues Ten Fidy Imperial Stout at Frugal's.
  • Oskar Blues Ten Fidy Imperial Stout is an immensely viscous stout loaded with inimitable flavors of chocolate-covered caramel and coffee that hide a hefty 98 IBUs underneath the smooth blanket of malt. 10.5% ABV. Seasonal. 14.99/4-pack 12-ounce cans.

Ed Young: What Makes for a Peak Wine Experience?

Robert Mondavi Winery Dining Room in Napa Valley.
  • What is the best wine you ever tasted? Where were you at the time? Who were you with? What was the occasion? I'm raising these questions after thinking for years about my own "peak" experience. There is a psychology that makes the wine experience greater than the sum of its parts. Ed Young describes his own peak wine experience and takes an analytic look at the factors that go into those great moments in time. Read it here.

Back to Cool Wines.

Carnivor Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 at Frugal's.
  • Michael David Winery has its roots in Lodi since Great Great Grandfather Andrew Harshner and wife Lucille homesteaded right after the Civil War. They survived Prohibition by selling 15 wine grape varietals, shipped nationwide with instructions on "how not to have the grapes turn into wine". Michael and David Phillips follow in the creative footsteps of their family by making expressive, some may say bodacious and expressive wines that extract all that Lodi can deliver and more. Concentrated, bold, dark, rich, luscious, take your pick and use your own words. They're great year-round but perfect choices in October.
  • Z Deadly Zins 2012 displays explosive, concentrated fruit in the mouth, with plenty of acidity to balance the ripeness. Wild berry, spice and black berry compote play on the finish. Soft oak and cigar box notes create a fragrant appeal that leaves you wanting more. Robert Parker 90 points "Opulent, sexy." 15% ABV. 15.99/750 ml.
  • Petite Petit 2012 is "opaque purple-colored and exhibits gorgeous aromas of camphor, blueberries, blackberries, licorice, toast and subtle background smoke." 91 points Robert Parker. Blend: 85% Petite Sirah, 15% Petit Verdot. 14.5% ABV. 16.99/750 ml.
  • Petite Petit 2012 is "opaque purple-colored and exhibits gorgeous aromas of camphor, blueberries, blackberries, licorice, toast and subtle background smoke." 91 points Robert Parker. Blend: 85% Petite Sirah, 15% Petit Verdot. 14.5% ABV. 16.99/750 ml.
  • Freakshow 2012 is delicious, a dense purple-colored wine that possesses plenty of creme de cassis, licorice, spice box and cedar notes in a medium-to full-bodied, supple, explosively fruity, fruit-bomb style." 90 points Robert Parker. 14.5% ABV. 19.99/750 ml.
  • Earthquake Cabernet Sauvignon 2012 "reveals more charcoal and smoky barbecue notes intermixed with the tell-tale hallmark of the Cabernet Sauvignon grape, blackcurrant fruit, as well as tobacco leaf and licorice characteristics. With surprising complexity, this dense, medium to full-bodied, rich Cabernet Sauvignon should keep for 5-7 years. It tastes like it should cost 3 to 4 times the price." 90 points Robert Parker. 15% ABV. 23.99/750 ml.
Haymaker Sauvignon Blanc 2014 9.99 at Frugal's.
  • Haymaker Sauvignon Blanc 2014 displays lifted notes of fresh grapefruit, guava and nettles. The palate is fresh with concentrated fruit flavors. Lively acidity provides a fresh, crisp finish. From Mud House Winery in Martinborough, New Zealand. 13% ABV. 9.99/750 ml.
El Negotiante Mendoza Malbec 2013 at Frugal's.
  • El Negotiante Mendoza Malbec 2013 displays lots of fruit on the nose; cherries plums and blackberries. This Malbec has contact with oak giving it hints of vanilla and soft toast. Pleasantly sweet round tannins and good acidity persist into a nice fruit finish. This is an excellent Malbec find that really overdelivers for the price. 9.99/750 ml.
Natale Verga Prosecco at Frugal's.
  • Prosecco just keeps getting more popular, especially at weddings. From the Veneto region in Italy, Prosecco is light and bubbly, easy to drink and also makes amazing cocktails. Try the Aperol Spritz by combining 3 parts Prosecco, 2 parts Aperol, a splash of soda and an orange garnish.
  • Natale Verga Prosecco is our best selling Prosecco, smooth and refreshing, but not too high in acid. With a creamy mouthfeel, it is a sure crowd pleaser. 11.99/750 ml.
Infinite Monkey Theorem Rose at Frugal's.
  • Infinite Monkey Theorem Rose is like a bowl of fresh summer berries drizzled with cream. Intense strawberries and raspberries burst on the palate with light carbonation, great acid and a hint of residual sugar. 14.99/4-pack 250 ml cans.
Underwood Oregon Pinot Noir or Pinot Gris 7.49 per 375 ml can at Frugal's.
  • The Union Wine Company of Oregon has taken a cue from craft beer and canned some of their highly acclaimed yet affordable Oregon wines. Can-tastic! Can-gratulations!
  • Underwood Oregon Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris or Rosé. 7.49/375 ml. can.

Devils Backbone: Award-winning Craft Beer from Virginia's Heartland.

Devils Backbone Beer at Frugal's.
  • Devils Backbone is the fastest growing manufacturer in Virginia, located just off the Appalachian trail in Lexington. The beer has earned the company quite a reputation, and now these fantastic craft beers are available here.
  • Eight Point IPA is a proud, brash, youthful, yet approachable IPA. Named for two young proud eight point bucks walking nearby the brewery back in the founding days. 6-pack 12-ounce bottles.
  • Vienna Lager has amber chestnut color and a smooth malty finish. It blends color and flavor without heaviness or bitterness. Perfect for Oktoberfest. IBU-18. 4.9% ABV. 6-pack 12-ounce bottles.
  • Gold Leaf Lager harkens back to the days when refreshing beers were made 100% from malted barley. Gold Leaf Lager is pale gold, light to medium bodied with subtle fresh bready notes, and a clean crisp finish. IBU-17. 4.5% ABV. 6-pack 12-ounce cans.

Hard Root Beer.

Coney Island Hard Root Beer at Frugal's.
  • Coney Island Hard Root Beer is a new twist on an old favorite, with hints of vanilla, licorice and birch. 5.8% ABV. 10.99/6-pack 12-ounce bottles.
  • Not Your Father's Root Beer is aptly named because it's 5.9% ABV. Bold, sweet, smooth, spicy. 10.99/6-pack 12-ounce cans.

A Barrel from Ocean Voyage 5.

Jefferson's Ocean Voyage 5 Bourbon, Select Barrel at Frugal's.
  • Look at that beautiful barrel. Like the previous four, Voyage 5 crossed the equator 4 times and traveled to 5 continents by ship, taking its time, picking up character. Mind you, the bourbon in those barrels was hand-picked and already well-aged before embarking. Your ship has come in, thanks to creative Master Blender Trey Zoeller, his team, and Frugal's whiskey buyer Myles.
  • Jefferson's Ocean Voyage 5 Bourbon, Frugal's Barrel. 76.99/750 ml.