Inspired by the plethora of beer styles and the mixologist’s urge to innovate, some bartenders are shaking and stirring suds with everything from absinthe to port to coffee, creating a new breed of beer cocktails that appeal to novelty seekers. Take the Muddy Puddle, a combination of Old Pogue bourbon, iced espresso and simple syrup, shaken and poured over ice into a pilsner glass rimmed with crushed peanuts and topped off with Sierra Nevada stout. It’s a signature of JoeDoe, a ...
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