The team at TAP at MGM Grand Detroit has developed its own take on this classic cocktail.

INGREDIENTS:

-.8 oz. Rochester Mills Milkshake Stout beer

-2.25 oz. tomato juice

-.25 oz. Worcestershire sauce

-.25 oz. TAP homemade pickle brine

-4.25 oz. Finest Call Loaded Bloody Mary mix

-.125 oz. Tabasco sauce

TO MAKE:

1. Mix ingredients in a 20-ounce glass with ice.

2. Add 2 ounces of your preferred vodka.

3. Rim glass with equal parts kosher salt, crushed black pepper, celery seed and celery salt.

4. Garnish with cheddar cheese cube, TAP homemade pickle, Dearborn Brand Hunters Sausage link, a green olive and a celery stick.

5. Enjoy!

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