Captain Morgan Orange Vanilla Twist

Captain Morgan is as ready for summer as we are and they have outdone themselves with their new summer edition Captain Morgan Orange Vanilla Twist! Combine with ginger ale, cola or orange soda over ice for your new classic favorite or splash a little (or a lot) into an orange slushie to cool down when the sun comes out!



Stoli Lime

Stoli Lime is smooth and balanced, with an aroma of freshly squeezed limes. The first citrus-flavored vodka to be introduced by Stoli in more than a decade, Stoli Lime aims to conquer the challenges that bartenders and consumers face when making cocktails – the sour and over-powering flavor from bottled lime juices and the short shelf life of fresh juices and limes. A bold and juicy flavor with distinct notes of freshly pressed lime and a smooth fruity finish, perfect in a refreshing Moscow Mule or Vojito (vodka mojito)

Buffalo Trace

Buffalo Trace Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey is distilled, aged and bottled at the most award-winning distillery in the world. Made from the finest corn, rye and barley malt, this whiskey ages in new oak barrels for years in century old warehouses until the peak of maturity. The taste is rich and complex, with hints of vanilla, toffee and candied fruit. The smooth finish lingers on the palate. This will never change


Beso Del Sol Sangria

Produced in the heart of Spain—a region respected the world over for producing the finest sangria, Beso Del Sol is the first super premium Sangria made from 100% all natural ingredients. Gluten-free and vegan-certified too!

White Sangria: 100% Spanish Airen grapes blended with lemon, peach, and mango
Pink Rose Sangria: 100% Spanish Tempranillo grapes blended with orange, lemon, peach, and mango and a touch of cinnamon
Red Sangria: 100% Spanish Tempranillo grapes blended with lemon, orange and a touch of cinnamon

Available is 3 Liter Bag-In Box, 1.5LTR Bottles & 500ml Tetra pks


Introducing Smirnoff Zero Sugar Infusions!

Embracing our expertise in creating the best tasting spirits, Smirnoff is creating a new range of modern and sophisticated spirits that are crafted with zero sugar and infused with natural flavors & essence of real botanicals.

*Zero Sugar *Gluten Free *No Artificial Flavors*

-Cucumber & Lime: the crisp, cool flavor of a fresh cucumber paired with the bright citrus notes of lime
-Watermelon & Mint: juicy watermelon flavor balanced with the taste of fresh mint for a refreshing tasting finish
-Strawberry & Rose: delicate & slightly sweet strawberry flavor with a light rose petal finish


New! Central Standard North 40 Brandy

Thanks to a new brandy from Central Standard Craft Distillery, you can drink a true Wisconsin old fashioned while you enjoy the game!

Opening day celebrations at Miller Park include the debut of Central Standard’s brand new North 40 Wisconsin-style brandy as the official brandy served at the ballpark. North 40 takes honors as the first-ever Wisconsin-style brandy produced by a Milwaukee company. Handcrafted in Central Standard’s Clybourn Street distillery, the small-batch brandy is aged and finished in Central standard bourbon barrels to impart a deep-amber hue and smooth taste.

Enjoy all things Wisconsin with baseball and a Wisconsin-style brandy old fashioned with North 40!

Taking cans where bottles can't go

It’s Saturday afternoon and you’re going river rafting with a group of people, you have a picnic packed in your cooler and you see the sign that says “No bottles.” No problem. Or you meet your friends at the beach for sunset, another sign “No bottles.” Again, not a problem. Your ace in the hole? You have wine in cans.

Canned wines are transforming picnic baskets around the world. You drink it directly from the can, like you do a beer. It’s the perfect drinking vessel. Today a handful of wineries are adding cans to their bottling lines.

Don’t panic, wine in cans is meant for easy-drinking wines. Not wines that are being cellared and aged for years. Drink it now, or in the next 12 months.

Wine in cans is starting to take off as winemakers realize what craft brewers have realized and benefitted from; cans are a great package for high end beverages, offer consumers more occasions to enjoy them and provide the best sustainability story in the beverage packaging space. The old stigma where the can is considered to be a less elegant package is melting away and the can is coming into its own. Most new and old beverage industries seem to be pushing toward cans at this time, being led by the craft beer can revolution.

Frank Liquor offers a variety of Wine in the Can options for your convenience!

Introducing Crown Royal Peach Flavored Whisky

Crown Royal Peach Flavored Whisky is a new Limited Edition from Crown Royal, bringing some juicy sweetness to your summer season. To create this extraordinary blend, Crown Royal whiskies are carefully selected by our master blender and infused with the juicy flavor of fresh Georgia peaches. The result is a vibrantly delicious whisky, bursting with the luscious flavor of peach and the distinctive smoothness of Crown Royal. Enjoy Crown Royal Peach Whisky on the rocks or mixed with iced tea for a refreshing tasting cocktail.


New! Prayers of Sinners & Saints

St. Michelle Wine Estates taps into both its virtuous good side and indulgent dark side with the launch of Prayers of Sinners & Saints wine, available nationwide in March.
Heralding from Washington State’s top producer, the wines feature a unique label design with hidden glow-in-the-dark features—the first of its kind.

Prayers of Saints Chardonnay is bright and refreshing with 7% of the total blend comprised of “Black Chardonnay,” meaning the juice was oxidized before fermentation to reduce bitterness, increase sweet fruit flavors and enhance complexity.

Prayers of Sinners is a broody red bland deeply layered with blackberry, dark fruit, violet and cocoa.

Sip Me I'm Irish

In 1780, John Jameson established a way of making Irish whiskey that they’ve been proudly sticking to ever since. Jameson Irish Whiskey is made by blending rich pot still whiskey made from both malted and unmalted barley, with the finest grain whiskey, both distilled 3 times for smoothness.

What allows Irish Whiskey to call itself Irish Whiskey? Well, a pretty stringent law that states that a spirit must spend a minimum of three years maturing on the island of Ireland, to be lucky enough to be able to call itself Irish.