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Nov 2, 2013

News: Arby's Offers Bottled Horsey and Arby's Sauce

Arby's is getting into the sauce selling business (at least for a little while) with the sale of new limited-time-only bottled Horsey sauce and Arby's sauce at participating Arby's restaurants nationwide.

The chain was testing the bottled sauces earlier this year.

The bottles carry a suggested retail price of $2.49 per bottle and are also available in a gift pack with two bottles for $4.79. Both sauces come in 11.5-ounce bottles and are only available for a limited time while supplies last.

If you've never tried them, Horsey Sauce is Arby's horseradish-mayo blend and Arby's Sauce is the chain's signature barbecue sauce.

For some ideas on what to eat the sauces with, Arby's has been suggesting various foods the sauces might go well with such as spaghetti, crab cakes, and chicken on their Facebook page.


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14 comments:

  1. As good as it looks that is not even that special as I can go to the grocery store for Johnsonville products,.

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  2. If you have to have a brat RIGHT NOW and can't wait to cook your own, then, then it's a decent enough sandwich. I usually have to add ketchup, tomato and pickles to it for it to be good though. Mustard and onion on its own just feels like an odd choice to me.

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  3. I just bought these....happiest day of my life!

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  4. It's fast food.. comparing it to preparing your own food isn't quite the point generally. I think for many it's just about convenience on the road. I wouldn't hate to have this option, mediocre as it might be.

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  5. Didn't Arby's sell their sauces in bottles about 25 years ago? Glass pints I believe... but I don't remember exactly.
    I would buy these... love me the Horsey and Arby's Sauces.

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  6. 1970's I believe...

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  7. Meh. I hate these limited release deals. If this was available in my area it might actually get me to eat at BK.

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  8. They should sell these in Walmart in a 32 oz. size. They would fly off the shelves! Capt. D's is suppose to come out with the yellow pineapple sweet and sour sauce that they have for their chicken fingers. I could drink that nectar all day!

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  9. Uh...the common way to eat a brat is with mustard and onions, that's the reason this sandwich is made that way. Adding ketchup, tomato, and pickles is completely odd. Wow!

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  10. It was a poor attempt at making it more like a chicago style hotdog. It's the best I can do with what is available at BK.


    Mustard and onions on its own sounds bizarre to me because I've never seen a single person (until we started serving this sandwich at my store) that ate a brat with just those two things.


    I'd probably enjoy it more if I just put ketchup and onions on it. I don't care for mustard at all.

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  11. I wonder if they'll start selling them in grocery stores; seems like a natural.

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  12. I think in this case, though, Johnsonville makes pre-cooked microwavable brats available in the freezer aisle and they're probably the exact thing BK is using.

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  13. In the late 80's they'd sell the plastic squeeze bottles of sauce they had on each table.

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  14. Oh man. I wish they would bottle the Bronco Berry Sauce. That stuff is amazing!

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