The English were probably the first to consume mixed beer drinks on a larger scale. To this day, these are known in the English-speaking world as “shandy”.
Sometime around 1900, these thirst quenchers also became popular in Germany as “Radler”.
Our Radler is much younger, as the first bottles were only delivered in April 2019. It consists of 50% lemonade and 50% Bavarian beer. A fruity refreshment that finds many friends, especially in summer.
A fruity-fresh pleasure with real lemon juice and natural cloudiness.
Alcohol content 2.4 %
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What’s behind it?
Our new labels
Already the first label of our naturally cloudy Radler showed a retro bicycle with lemon slices instead of wheels. The popular motif quickly became a symbol for our cyclist and can be seen in many places today on our decorative metal signs.
Lemons and Lemon Leaves
Our naturally cloudy Radler consists of 50% natural, naturally cloudy lemonade. It makes our Radler so particularly refreshing and is also responsible for the cloudiness. Therefore, the upper half of the bottle label is dedicated to the lemon and lemon leaves.
Hops and Malt
The illustrations in the lower half of the label show hops and malt – two of the three ingredients permitted for brewing beer under the Purity Law of 1516. In addition to the lemonade, the other half of our naturally cloudy Radler consists of the best Bavarian beer.