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BeerNut wrote: »
Had it in Holland last month but haven't seen it here.
Thundercats Ho wrote: »
It was stocked in the main retailers last summer, so should be back soon enough.
In the meantime, if you can't find it, Aldi do their own radler (Brassiere), which would be quite similar.
"To follow knowledge like a sinking star..." (Tennyson's Ulysses)
munchkin_utd wrote: »
obviously, you can just do like pubs on the continent and tip some lemonade into a pint glass and top it up with beer.
I find sprite to be too bitter, 7up should be ok, but a cheapo white lemonade would be spot on too, if not actually better as its missing that lime element.
and for drivers, say your out at a party (or wedding in the arse end of nowhere, so you need to drive afterwards to an affordable hotel elsewhere) or whatever, just make the home made radler with alcohol free lager instead.
donaghs wrote: »
Same here , I've found pre-mixed radlers/shandies to be unbearably sweet. Better to make your own. Unless you're going to a festival or something like that.
odyssey06 wrote: »
Looking at the LIDL catalogue for next week and they have bottles of Austrian radler in specials section.