Outside of certain anabolic steriods and something like an ECA stack, supplements won't really help you cut. Them fat burners and thermogenics are more of a waste of time/money than the BCAAs you just took back.
"Cutting" is about intentionally losing weight while tryna maintain lean muscle mass (i.e. losing mostly fat). Most supplements won't directly help with this, hence why cutting (and losing weight in general) is so difficult for most folks. If it was easy, erryone would do it.
Theoretically anything that helps you workout longer could be beneficial for cutting: ECA and caffeine, something like a maltodextrin to give you calories for energy, yohimbe, etc.
Most supplements have very little impact on anything you do physically anyways, so looking for a magic potion is pointless.
At the end of the day, in order to lose you're gonna have to ensure cals in =< cals out. It really is that simple scientifically, but the execution may not be.
You already basically admitted to being an alcoholic and said you won't quit drinking, so that's just even more work you're gonna have to put in.
Per gram, carbs and protein are 4 cals ea, fats are 9, and alcohol is 7.
Read that again, you acting-new nikka.
The alcohol in that beer/wine/liquor you're downing has almost as much caloric energy as some fat from a can of Crisco.
Anyone drinking while cutting is stacking thr deck against themselves, that's just less nutritious food they can eat and/or more exercise they'll have to do.
Folks say they wanna lose weight but won't cut out easy liquid calories that also poison their bodies.