Dog's Nose classic beer cocktail {photo credit: Mixologist Cheri Loughlin, The Intoxicologist}
Dog’s Nose {photo credit: Mixologist Cheri Loughlin, The Intoxicologist}

Stranger concoctions have existed, but the Dog’s Nose has deep roots in the drinking world.  It is said that the Dog’s Nose is referenced in the Pickwick Club, the first novel by Charles Dickens.  The first issue of the novel was published in 1836 with the last in 1837.  That makes the Dog’s Nose vintage indeed.

Dog’s Nose Classic Beer Cocktail

Dog’s Nose

12 measures Porter or Stout

2 teaspoons Brown Sugar

2 measures Gin

Grated Nutmeg Garnish

Pour porter or stout into large heat resistant glass.  Heat in microwave for one minute.  Add brown sugar and gin.  Stir to dissolve sugar.  Top with freshly grated nutmeg.

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Dog’s Nose
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