To most, the thought of pouring alcohol down the drain is truly horrifying -- think about it: drunk alligators!! A new brewery not afraid to spill some down the sink: Wit's End Brewing.
With an uber-tiny, 14-seat "bare bones, industrial" tasting room sandwiched next to a production facility in Valverde, Wit's End is a nanobrewery producing extremely small batches, and experimenting with "lots of different one-off beers" that they're not afraid to trash due to low sunk costs reflective of the economies of scale, that -- umm, maybe just read about their core beers below.
Jean-Claude Van Blond: Just like the Timecop himself, this beer's Belgian (or at least, the yeast is), has "a soft and surprising intensity", plus it gives off aromas including hints of "fresh dough".
Green Man Ale: Somewhere between an IPA and a Red Ale, this guy's "inspired by the malty and hoppy beers of the Great Northwest", and pairs excellently, they insist, with "wild salmon" or "an inspirational elixir during your favorite pagan ceremony".
Super FL i.p.a.: This dry-hopped, "no nonsense" Black IPA has nine different malts, and "rests" on cedar wood chips to give it a "subtle earthiness", though not Elijah Wood chips, as that'd give it a subtle Middle Earthiness.
In the coming months, they've also got plans for a porter with "coffee aromas and chocolate flavors", and a Kolsch-style brew called The Mullet, which just like those sweet, wasted alligators, is all about the party in the back.