When it is really hot outside, mixed beer drinks are just the right thirst quencher. Since 1993, they no longer have to be prepared in front of the guest. The new beer tax law allows German breweries to produce and bottle mixed beer drinks themselves. However, a mixed beer drink may not be called beer in the classical sense, as it is not produced according to the German Purity Law. Lemon lemonade, orange lemonade, fruit juices, cola, apple juice spritzer, fruit and spice flavours - what is mixed into the beer and in what proportion the brewer decides individually. The same applies to the choice of beer type. Particularly popular as a mixed beer drink are the "Radler", a mixture of Pils or Hellem and lemonade, the "sour Radler", a mixture of Pils or Hellem and mineral water, the "Russ", a mixture of wheat beer and lemonade or the "Colabier", a mixture of wheat beer and cola. All these beer mix drinks are usually mixed in a ratio of one to one and are currently in trend - also in Franconia: organic beer mix drinks and beer mix drinks with fruit juices, fruit liqueurs or drinks with fresh fruit flavours such as lime and mint. The young generation of brewers in particular loves to be creative and experiment with taste. In our online shop you can currently order Radler, Bio-Radler and Gaasseidla - and the trend is rising.