After their last attempt at getting a kickstarter handout, looks like the guys at Deep Ellum have turned to the next best thing: Indiegogo, where they'll get to keep all monies raised even if their goal isn't met. So far DEBC and John Reardon have already raised over $12k that, you know, might end up being used to fight TABC. To be clear, perhaps this lawsuit will end in victory for Deep Ellum. Also to be clear, the last lawsuit that a brewer brought against TABC was not successful, and, furthermore, led to the lawmakers in the most free-market-friendly legislature in Texas history feeling put off, such that no progress was made last session. Here's hoping the same doesn't happen this time, after all, some shakeup is certainly needed. The idea of dock sales is such an important one, and such a valuable one, that I certainly hope this ends in victory. But I won't pretend to be surprised that Deep Ellum is seeking for customers to pay for the right for Deep Ellum to sell more to customers.