Radler first became popular in 1922 in the town of Deisenhofen, Germany. The beverage was an instant favourite with the local cyclists travelling from Munich. 40 years prior, Ottawa's first bicycles were imported in 1882 from England at a price of $300 each by George A. Mothers ill, founder of the Ottawa Bicycle club, the oldest and one of the largest clubs in Canada. Kichesippi first made this beer in 2014 to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Pub Italia.
What is a Radler? 10 Radlers To Try on National Radler Day
Radler, a.k.a. Shandy, is one of the most thirst quenching, summery beer styles around. Celebrate National Radler Day by picking up a case of Radlers, or make your own! Continue reading to learn how to make a Radler/Shandy at home and ten of our favourite Radlers!