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  • Submitted by blackness on Jan 16, 11 at 4:40pm

    Beer and Sprite is called a Raddler. It's really popular in Germany. I'm just gonna go ahead and assume you think Bud Light is "fuckin sic brah"

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      Submitted by xyz0000 on Jan 16, 11 at 6:38pm

      No need to hate on Americans just because we don't know your cocktails... in fact, this drink probably got popular because someone was experimenting, probably drunk, just like this person, and other people probably thought it was weird at the time too. There is decent beer in the US, but it sure as hell isn't from a big company like Budweiser.

      • Submitted by blackness on Jan 18, 11 at 4:38am

        I'm American, I'm just a bartender in a German bar haha\nAnd I agree there is some decent beer in the US, you just gotta know where to look. Cheers!

  • Submitted by samo112 on Jan 16, 11 at 3:38pm

    Beer mixed with Lemonade is called a Shandy. Pretty popular in England. Used to get given them as a kid when we had company.

  • Submitted by indyainkk on Jan 16, 11 at 3:43pm

    Yeah, a shandy is pretty popular in the rest of the world. Any combination of beer and either lemonade, lemon-lime soda, or ginger ale. Maybe if you weren't an amateur drinker, you wouldn't think it was stupid.

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    Submitted by FoBlover62 on Jan 16, 11 at 3:33pm

    That sounds... Okay?

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    Submitted by candy29 on Jan 19, 11 at 1:08am

    I think most americans aren't use to mixing many things with beer. My friend was a transfer student from Belgium and would tell me about all the like beer cocktails.. The most interesting one was definitely beer and some sort of syrup. I'm mexican and love to put a little lime and salt on my corona and she had never even heard of this. It's a cultural thing I guess

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 17, 11 at 4:17am

    To be exact, the original receipt is german considering the area belonged to germany when budweiser was mentioned for the first time. Thatswhy the us company had the german founders amhäuser

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    Submitted by 310/951/805 on Jan 16, 11 at 6:44pm

    There's an abundance of foam when mixing these. Just remember to "scoop the foam!!!!"

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      Submitted by magikarpkarp on Jan 19, 11 at 12:15pm

      Or you could put the sprite in first and pour the beer as you would normally pour a beer into a cup... you were putting the sprite in second, weren't you?

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    Submitted by Hannah28801 on Jan 16, 11 at 8:21pm

    Shandys are amazing, I like them with ginger ale. I could drink them all summer long. @4:04pm- Budweiser is a GERMAN owned company.

    • Submitted by LMF40 on Jan 17, 11 at 1:55am

      The original "Bud" recipe came from the Czech Republic. "Budovar" there, "Czechvar" here. Fantastic Beer!

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      Submitted by said8ED on Jan 17, 11 at 6:15pm

      Bud is Belgian-owned

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    Submitted by AreYouShittinMe on Jan 16, 11 at 10:07pm

    I think you meant to say "InBev".

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    Submitted by dj2001b on Jan 16, 11 at 7:58pm

    My dad used to make me and my mum shandys when I was little!

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  • Submitted by breezysnatch on Jan 17, 11 at 3:21am

    as a bartender this is very popular in the summer. It's quite refreshing. but seems to be popular with old ladies. are u an old lady?