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Frontier Airlines Now Pouring Fat Tire Amber Ale at 37,000 Feet

July 6, 2011 at 12:41 PM | by | ()

Frontier Airlines is known—at least in part—for their complimentary in-flight chocolate chip cookies, but they recently revamped their in-flight menu, including some of the adult beverage options. They’ve got Cosmopolitans and Mojitos thanks to a partnership with Funkin Cocktails as well as some premium wine offerings from Tamas Estates, but what we’re most interested in are the new beers being loaded into the beverage cart.

There are now three different specialty beers available for just $6 per can. The new offerings include Heineken, Fat Tire Amber Ale, and Blue Moon. We’re most excited about the Fat Tire from New Belgium Brewing Company, as it’s one of the few craft beers available at 37,000 feet. For those looking for something a little more traditional, Coors Light and Miller Lite are still available for just $5.

We’re not sure how delicious cookies and beer are together, but we’re pretty eager to find out as soon as we find ourselves on our next Frontier Airlines flight. If cookies don’t prove to be an award winning side dish there’s always cheese curds, Chex mix, or a bag of almonds all for just $3.

[Photo: swanksalot]

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