Also known as Aldaris Zelta Citrona Radler
Commercial description
Saku Radler is a refreshing low-alcohol drink, which mixes crisp beer and refreshing juice. This surprising combination is a very popular thirst quencher in Europe: it is known as radler in Germany, but goes by the name of shandy in England, bicicletta in Italy, clara in Spain, and panaché in France. In countries with warm summers, it is valued as the best refreshment with lunch or when on a picnic, and it is equally suitable for ladies or gentlemen. Radler means “bicyclist” in German. It was named in 1922 in Deisenhofner, Germany, by the cyclists who had participated in the local bicycle race, and the beverage was concocted by a local hotelier, Franz Xaver Kugler. The birth of Radler was a quirk of fate – Franz had stocked his beer reserves poorly, and was forced to mix a lemon drink with the little beer he had so as to satisfy all the thirsty customers. Surprisingly, this yielded a highly enjoyable summer drink that soon spread all over the world in every cyclist’s backpack.
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Aldaris Zelta Citrona Radler

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