LEMON-LIME HEFE SHANDY

Food & Drink - - BEER -

A shandy is usu­ally a lager or best bit­ter di­luted by 7UP or sparkling le­mon­ade, which is meant to lighten up the al­co­hol con­tent. Us­ing a Ger­man-style wheat beer (a.k.a. he­feweizen) adds some creami­ness to the body of the drink, as well as fruity ba­nana and spicy clove flavours thanks to its unique yeast strain. A cit­rusy soda kicks up the fruity flavours and its car­bon­a­tion makes the cock­tail even more re­fresh­ing and sparkly.

3 oz Si­cil­ion Lemon Ital­ian Soda (or sparkling lemon soda)

1 lime

1 can Abe Erb Brew­ing Co. Das Spritzhaus He­feweizen

1 Add 1½ oz chilled lemon Ital­ian soda to each of 2 tulip or cock­tail glasses. Squeeze juice of ¼ lime into each glass. Pour half the can he­feweizen over mix­ture; re­peat for the other glass. Gar­nish with a wedge of lime.

Makes 2 cock­tails

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