Craft and Growler
The Beer: They've recently added 10 more taps to an already strong, steadily rotating 30-tap lineup that leans heavily on Texas brews (Deep Ellum, Lakewood, Franconia, Peticolas, and Rahr & Sons are all well represented) with a mighty minority of out-of-state standouts as well. Their high-tech, two-trigger "beer gun" system uses carbon dioxide to keep the beer fresher longer, in case you're a procrastinator.
The Cost: For a standard-size growler you're looking at $9.49 & up. Real Ale Highlander (a barrel-aged Scotch Ale) was recently going for $41.19 per growler, but for the most part you'll find your brew for $15 and under. They also stock a bunch of different-sized growlers, so prices will obviously vary.
The Bonus: Aside from the aforementioned variety of growlers, they stock carriers and accessories -- like a spigot for smoother pouring or a bulb attachment to turn it into a lamp once it's empty (assuming you are single and still in charge of decor at your residence).