By Leite's Culinaria on July 11, 2014
Pitt Cue Co. | Pitt Cue Co.: The Cookbook | Mitchell Beazley, 2014 The name “Mean Shandy” is a nod not only to the Meantime Brewery, which produced the draft beer that this cocktail was first made with, but also to the fact that, with the addition of bourbon, this shandy is far stronger and tougher than the average lager shandy the British are familiar with.–Pitt Cue Co. LC Shake With Caution Note Although it sounds like a... . . .
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