The shandy is characterized as a beer that has been mixed with fruit juice or carbonated soft beverage (such as ginger beer or ale). The idea of mixing beer dates far back to the European tradition. In western European nations in particular, it is popular to mix beer together in a variety of different cocktails, most notably lemonade, orange soda, and coca cola. This refreshing mix has a low enough yield of alcohol to be exempt from some laws governing alcoholic beverages in Europe. Another perk of mixing beer with soft drinks is that it ends up being very palatable, light, and ultimately different than your average draught pour.

Style: Shandy with Lemons and Cherries

ABV: 4.2%

IBU: 16

Time to Ferment: 7 Days

Time to Condition: 10 Days

CO2: 2.6 volumes


Malts: Pilsner, White wheat

Hops: Sorachi Ace

Appearance: hazy, pink in color with a creamy white head.

Aroma: Lemon peel,hint of malt sweetness.

Mouthfeel: light body, medium-high carbonation, almost thirst quench with a dry finish to leave your pallet wanting more

Flavor: Tart and sweet cherry, hint of sour lemon. Malt sweetness creates balance to the sourness.