excellent live venue, employees are actually werewolves.
Put on your drinking shoes and throw some silver bullets in your pistol, because a night at beerland is sure to include two things: one hell of a good time, and inevitable werewolf attack. The bloody marys are outstanding, and the werewolves are fierce and bloodthirsty.
Cheap cover plus cheap beer plus interesting acts equals garage-band heaven.. In Short Beerland somehow manages a warehouse-yet-cozy atmosphere. Bands play in front of concrete walls, so you feel--and it sounds--like you're in someone's garage. Co-owner (former manager of the Bates Motel) Randall Stockton's passion for music is reflected in cheap covers, and regular performances by Austin's best punk, metalcore and garage rock. Beerland offers a full bar and drafts including Real Ale, Live Oak. Some brews, including Lone Star and Pearl, go for cheap.
Somebody said, "Bring back Liberty Lunch!" Somebody else said, "Bring back Bates Motel!" Still a third person shouted, "I'm gay! And it's okay!" Well, somebody listened, to the first two, and that somebody, well, that somebody was actually two people: Randall and Donya. And they have total punk-rock credibility for transforming and empty cinder-block space into the best small club to see hard rock in Austin. They've embued the place with their own legacies, and it shows.