It sucks when a bar's beer list doesn't have exactly what you're looking for -- oh sure, they might say that Genny tastes like ass, but what if you want something that really captures that flavor? Letting you concoct and consume whatever you desire: Bitter & Esters.
Started by a couple of DIY boozers (one beer, one wine), B&E's a "brew on premises" joint turning homebrewing into home-away-from-homebrewing, allowing customers to craft their own suds on location while quadrupling as a classroom, equipment shop, and beer garden; ultimately they're hoping the space becomes a brewing think tank & "hacker's space", though hopefully the beers aren't Zero Cool. The deets:
Do-It-Kind-Of-Yourself: Three electric homebrew stations await you in the back. Whether you choose from one of their recipes or propose your own flavor profile, they'll work with you to whip it up, running you through the process and storing the end result to ferment for two weeks, after which you'll return to cap the bottles, which kind of suck at drinking games, what with their lack of arms.