“Sometimes I like to keep it old school and straightforward. This classic reminds me of pub garden lunches in England with my family during the summer months. Refreshing and delicious for warm days, a shandy is a pleasure to drink. Make sure both ingredients are well chilled in advance regardless of brand you use.
I’m using a local beer from my friend Christian, who is Jamaica’s first micro brewer. His company is called Troubles Brewing and growing a cult like following in Jamaica for beer aficionados. Other cultures call shandy “radlers”. Purists say a shandy is strictly lemonade and beer whereas a radler can be mixed with any juice. I’ve seen other flavours added to beer and called shandies too, so I guess description is a matter of preference or where in the world one is located and the local lingo.” – JuicyChef xoxo
- 100ml Trouble’s Brewing Hot Steppa lager
- 100ml Fever Tree Sicilian Lemonade
- Slice of lime to garnish
- Chill a glass a couple of hours in advance (in my video I forgot to do this, but it’s a crucial step)
- Into the glass measure out equal amounts of lager and lemonade.
- Yup, that’s it, enjoy…Cheers!