He made it to Hollywood, where he stopped at the Cock 'n' Bull for a bite to eat. He struck up a conversation with the owner, Jack Morgan, and learned that Morgan had a white elephant of his own, the ginger beer he made on the side.
The Moscow Mule, served in a copper mug, was invented in 1946 by Jack Morgan at his mock British tavern Cock'n Bull on the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles. For 50 years Hollywood ate and drank here, from Myrna Loy and Richard Burton to Somerset Maugham and Joan Crawford. With the neighborhood changing, the Cock'n Bull closed in 1987. But their Ginger Beer, an ingredient in the Mule, lives on. It even has it's own Facebook page!
PBR Rock Bar & Grill inside Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino will partner with Pabst Blue Ribbon and Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey to be the ultimate headquarters for the Professional Bull Riders World Finals from Wednesday, Oct. 23, through Sunday, Oct. 27.