You Say Shandy. We Say Radler.
Beer and lemon are natural partners, and a bottle of Josephsbrau Radler easily bolsters that claim. The beer in this beverage is brewed using Hallertau hops (from Bavaria), and is 90% pilsner malt, 5% Munich malt, and 5% Carahell malt. But that’s only half the story: Fizzy lemon soda makes up the other half of the bottle’s contents, yielding a slightly citrusy, german-style beer that’s 4% alcohol by volume. In Britain, this combination is commonly referred to as a shandy. In Germany and its environs, it’s known as a Radler (literally, cyclist); since this one uses German hops and beer crafted in a Bavarian style, we’ve gone with Radler. You’re welcome to call it a shandy if that makes you shappy.
This hazy-yellow pilsner-style brew includes subtle notes of lemon flavor, which lend a very refreshing quality to each sip. We are entering BBQ season, and what better combo than a bottle of Radler and whatever you’re tossing on the grill? Steaks, burgers, fish, or chicken… all great with a chilled Josephsbrau Radler. We’re selling six-packs of 12 ounce bottles of Josephsbrau Radler for $5.99*, plus deposit where required. That’s a value that suggests Trader Joe’s just may be the best (beer and) lemonade stand around.
*Josephsbrau Radler is currently available in Trader Joe's stores where beer is sold. It is $5.99 plus tax and redemption unless otherwise noted here: OR, WA, NM, TX, IL, WI, MO, OH, DC, VA, MN: $6.49; NV, CO, ID, LA, IA, NE, IN, MI, MA, NH, NJ, ME, NY, VT, GA, TN, NC, SC, FL: $6.99; KY: $7.49; AL: $7.99. Alcohol availability & price may vary due to state laws, taxes, shipment fees & other such stuff.
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