Several variations exist internationally, but essentially it is made by mixing lager with either carbonated lemonade, ginger beer, ginger ale or a citrus-flavored soda.
A variation on a Shandy, the Radler is usually made with a German lemonade or soda.
A variation on the Shandy, made with French lemonade.
A Panaché with grenadine added.
Equal parts lager and alcoholic cider. A variation, called the Snakebite and Black, adds black currant cordial to the mix.
A mixture of draught beer and Fanta orange soda, popular in Chile.
A Michelada made with Worcestershire sauce, Tabasco sauce, chile, and salt.
A Michelada that is made with tomato and clam juice.
Half and half mixture of beer and tomato juice, with a dash of Tabasco and Worcestershire sauce.
A variation on a Red Eye (a shot of tomato juice with ale or lager) that adds a splash of Tabasco sauce.
A combination of beer and lime juice that can vary based on the use of certain sauces, spices, peppers, and juices.
A mixture of dark beer and orange juice.
Irish stout (typically Guinness) served with a shot of Irish whiskey floating on top, and then a shot of Irish Cream, such as Baileys, dropped in.
Beer served with a shot of whiskey, tequila, or vodka.
A half and half mixture of beer and orange juice with a shot of amaretto dropped in.
A shot of sake dropped into a pint of beer. Poktanju, which is Korean for “bomb drink,” is made by dropping a shot of whiskey into a pint of Korean beer.
A pint of Bass ale with a shot of Jägermeister.
Equal parts dark beer, such as Guinness, and Champagne or sparkling wine.
Porter mixed with brandy, gin, and rum.
12 oz. of beer (preferably Peroni) mixed with 2 oz. of Campari.
Combine beer, lemon juice and gin, and finish with a dash of grenadine.
A half pint of lager mixed with a half pint of cider and a dash of crème de cassis.