The latest brewery to offer solid barbecue, this one in a renovated mechanic’s garage ups the ante with a serious selection of specials. Visiting at the risky evening hour, we found plenty of moist brisket left, crusted in a suitable ring of the salt-pepper-sugar-cayenne rub. Jalapeño-cheddar sausage satisfied too, as did crunchy, uncomplicated coleslaw. The beer-friendly choices score top points, particularly the queso packed with brisket and pico. On Friday, the giant double-cut pork chop demands that you get there by lunchtime, and on Sunday, the crusty, spicy burnt ends are a sort of religious experience. Ask the barkeeps for the right brew pairings, or just order the Cow Tipper, an imperial milk stout, for dessert.