By Bokenpop aka Madeleine on May 30, 2005
"This is a light and refreshing alcoholic drink perfect for a hot summer's afternoon. It is certain to be a hit with the ladies! I use Red Stripe since its taste is closest that of Castle Lager, but any lager would be good."
Serving Size: 1 (1713 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"We had these in Germany on a recent trip, only instead of Sprite they used lemonade...very tasty!"
"I wasn't sure exactly how to make a Shandy since the last time I had one was about 20 years ago in Manchester England. I was telling someone about the combination of beer and lemonade and they didn't believe me. I looked up the recipe on RecipeZaar and found this easy recipe. This combination makes for one very light and refreshing concoction. It is amazing on a hot day. And try it Ginger Ale for a different taste sensation!"
"A good old standby. Improves a beer you are not keen on and highly enjoyable with beers you do like. Made it today with an Enterprise Brewery Knappstein Reserve Lager."
"I wanted to make a Shandy and checked here to get the ratios right. This tastes exactly like a beer that was marketed here back in the '80s "Twist Shandy". I remember trying my Dad's. I made this using Carlsberg beer and 7-Up. Very good! Thanks for posting."
"Great drink for a hot day. I used some of Daves 'Light Ice' beer which is an Aussie beer. Because it was a light beer I used 3/4 beer to 1/4 sprite so not to be too sweet. Thanks for posting."
"This drink is great - my husband is from the UK and it is my regular drink in his local pub when we head back for a visit. I actually drink it all the time at home too. Thanks!"
"My hubby made one of these this weekend and I had a taste. I'm not a big beer drinker, but with this combination I could be! Very tasty, fizzy drink! I think my husband used Rolling Rock beer. Refreshing!"