The taste of sunshine, happiness and old-fashioned street parties!
Nothing brings back memories of traditional street parties like the delicious, thirst-quenching taste of Ben Shaws Bitter Shandy.
With the bunting flying and the Union Jacks waving, all your neighbours were there, sharing their plates of sandwiches and bowls of crisps. Sunshine, jelly and, of course, what seemed like giant bottles of Bitter Shandy… made from real beer and lemonade, it was the irresistible soft drink that used to make you feel so very grown up!
For a quick trip down memory lane, Bitter Shandy is available in a 330ml can or 500ml bottle. The six-can multipacks are ideal for smaller parties and picnics however for those bigger family get-togethers and parties with friends, where all you do is reminisce and laugh, the 2litre bottle is ideal.
To experience the fullest flavour of Ben Shaws and get your taste buds tingling, have a look at our serving suggestion.
SINGLE SERVE NON-PRICE MARK
12x500ml PET Bottles
TAKE HOME NON-PRICE MARK
4x6x330ml CAN Multipacks
8x2ltr PET Bottles
2litre & 500ml bottles
Carbonated Water, Beer (11%), Sugar, Citric Acid, Lemon juice from concentrate, Colour (Caramel E150c), Preservatives (Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Metabisulphate), Sweetener (Sodium Saccharin), Flavouring, Stabiliser (Quillaia Extract). CONTAINS WHEAT AND BARLEY, CONTAINS SULPHITES.
Carbonated Water, Beer (12%), Sugar, Citric Acid, Colour (Caramel E150c), Flavourings, Preservatives (Sodium Benzoate), Sweetener (Sodium Saccharin), Stabiliser (Quillaia Extract). CONTAINS WHEAT AND BARLEY.
330ml can of Ben Shaw’s Bitter Shandy
12.5ml runny honey
Slice an orange into 10 slices and then halve two of those to give chunks
Pour 12.5ml runny honey into a 12oz glass and add 3 of the orange chunks
Squash gently with the end of a rolling pin
Fill the glass with ice.
Top with Ben Shaw’s Bitter Shandy.
Pull all the ingredients together with a teaspoon, so distributed evenly.
Garnish with a fresh squeeze of orange juice.
Typical values per 100ml
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