Shandy from Guide to Beer Cocktails Slide Show
Guide to Beer Cocktails Slide Show
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.
Beer Bloody Mary
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 Car Bomb
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.
Skip and Go Naked
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.