Ginger Shandy #SundaySupper

This Ginger Shandy is light, and refreshing. The ginger beer adds a unique kick while the lemon and mint brings it all together.

This Ginger Shandy is light, and refreshing. The ginger beer adds a unique kick while the lemon and mint brings it all together.A long streak of sun is sneaking into the darkness of my bedroom through the shutters.  I adore waking up to the sun rising.  The air is crisp and cool.  You almost don’t want to pull over the blankets to start your day.  But the sunshine puts a smile on your face and I love Spring.

Spring brings on rebirth, rejuvenation, renewal, resurrection and regrowth.

This Ginger Shandy is light, and refreshing. The ginger beer adds a unique kick while the lemon and mint brings it all together.This year, while we continue our tradition of celebrating mothers, mother figures, guardians, etc., we are also celebrating my daughter who will be graduating from college, and my nephew from high school.

Cheers to new beginnings.

Have you ever heard of a Shandy? What is a Shandy anyway? Basically, it’s beer mixed with something non alcoholic, such as lemonade.  Today  I have prepared for you a Ginger Shandy that is crisp and invigorating, just like the morning air.

This Ginger Shandy is light, and refreshing. The ginger beer adds a unique kick while the lemon and mint brings it all together.Today, the Sunday Supper community, along with our fantastic host Camilla from Culinary Adventures with Camilla are celebrating Mom’s.  We are sharing our best dishes for this special occasion.

Ginger Shandy
Author: Marlene Baird
Prep time:
Total time:
Serves: 48 ounces
Ingredients
  • 1 12 ounce bottle of Ginger Beer
  • 3 12 ounce bottles of Ale (I used Sam Adams Summer Ale)
  • few sprigs of mint
  • 1 lemon sliced thin
  • ice
Instructions
  1. In a container pour the ginger beer
  2. slowly pour the Ale
  3. add the lemon and the mint
  4. Stir and serve

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