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shandy

(US), shandygaff
an alcoholic drink made of beer and ginger beer or lemonade
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No, you could tell the diffence between lager and shandy and there was vodka in the other drink," she said.
Skyy Infusions California Apricot can be enjoyed on the rocks, as a way to elevate cocktails, or paired with an India Pale Ale as a take on the summer Shandy.
Tenders are invited for Construction of Covered Auction Platforms in Jayapura village Rural Shandy and Muttinakoppa village Rural Shandy Under the Jurisdiction of A.
99 for 4 Even fruitier than sticking a wedge of lime in the top of bottle, this is a great summer drink that still feels like lager, not shandy.
Shandy the skunk went missing in October but has turned up just down the road from where she went missing.
This essay subscribes to a tradition, at least a century old, of mining Tristram Shandy (1759-1767) for perspective on the genre of the novel as a whole, and the development of "realism" as the novel's defining feature.
The purpose of my study is not to discuss the peculiarities of Nabokov's Nikolai Gogol, but to identify echoes of Laurence Sterne's Tristram Shandy in it.
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Del's Shandy mixes Narragansett's lager with the tart lemon extract from Del's Frozen Lemonade.
Asi que Rowson remonta el rio o la flecha del tiempo, o cualquier otra metafora que se desee emplear, para leer el imprescindible libro de John Traugott 'Tristram Shandy's world: Sterne's philosophical rhetoric, que la University of California Press publico en Berkeley en 1954 y en el que Traugott sostiene que Sterne se propuso con Tristram Shandy subvertir la doctrina racionalista de la asociacion de ideas formulada por John Locke.
The tortoiseshell females were discovered in the yard in Bromborough alongside their mum, Shandy, and three other kittens when they were just six weeks old and taken to Cats Protection's south Wirral branch.
The brand, made with lemon juice and other natural ingredients, was inspired by the long-standing European tradition of combining beer and lemon juice, Amstel Radler stands apart from domestic shandy style offerings.