Generally a 50-50 ratio of beer and a soda or citrus-ade, shandies are just as easy to make as they are to drink. This simple beer cocktail has a long history in Western Europe; try one, and you'll see why it's such a popular summer thirst-quencher. Though typically made with pilsner or other pale lagers, feel free to experiment with ales or sour beers for a more complex shandy.
A Cuban favorite, this shandy mixes pilsner, Fiery Ginger Syrup, and lime for your new barbecue go-to. Recipe for El Bul.
Instead of grapefruit soda or juice, this radler uses our Texas Grapefruit Shrub for a crisper, tangier drink. Recipe for Sauer Radler.
Though shot of syrup is less common in American shandies, the use of Real Grenadine lends a slight fruity taste that's perfect for a summer day. Recipe for Pomegranate Shandy.