Yet it is illegal to brew your own beer in your own home in the state of Alabama.
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I harvested yeast from Saison Brett recently, and am about to keg my saison that I brewed with it. It's supposedly fermented with the French Saison strain (3711) with Brett added to bottle condition. Now it sounds like T-58 could be in there too. So I probably started with a mixed culture of all three. I'll let you know how it turns out in a week or so. I'm thinking I might actually bottle this batch to see how it develops long-term.
Look at Ann Arbor, MI. Meets many of the criteria you have. Except for the chicken thing.
I've brewed a number of batches of Graff, maybe ten or so with different yeasts, ciders and base beers. It was fun to play around with, especially in small batches with some Belgian yeasts.
It's either a fictional beverage created by Stephen King in the Dark Tower series or a beverage made of a mix of cider and barley wort.