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In France, a demi-peche combines French beer and a shot of peach syrup.In Spain, a "clara" is the combination of 50% beer and 50% gaseosa (soda, like Sprite) or lemon soda. Radler (German for "cyclist") has a long history in German-speaking regions.
In Germany, lager beer mixed with cola is called a Diesel, Colabier, or Gespritztes, with several regional differences in name and composition: In Slovenia, a Diesel refers to a shandy of lager and Cockta soda.
In (mainly southern) regions of the United Kingdom a fir tree normally denotes a very similar drink, usually half-and-half lager and cola, like the German Diesel or Krefelder.
The name derives from the Fir Tree, a public house in Oxford where the drink is said to have originated. Polly, Wells refers to shandygaff as "two bottles of beer mixed with ginger beer in a round-bellied jug".
The story says that a German innkeeper was waiting for his cyclist regulars, when he found out that he doesn't have enough beer.
So he blended the remaining beer with a fresh citrus lemonade.
A Panaché (French for "mixed") is a draft beer mixed with carbonated lemonade in Switzerland, Belgium and in France.
A typical Panaché in the Alsace region contains less than 1% alcohol by volume.
A diesel in the United Kingdom is another name for a snakebite, a combination of half a pint of lager, half a pint of cider and (optionally) a measure of blackcurrant cordial, and thus does not meet the definition of a shandy, which needs to include beer and a non-alcoholic drink.
A mazout is a common drink in Flanders and is a mix of pilsner and cola.
It commonly consists of a mixture of beer and sparkling lemonade.
The origin of the name is lost to time, but is presumed to relate to the popularity of cycling and the need for a refreshing, less-alcoholic beverage on the journey.
In Austria, it is common to use Almdudler instead of lemon soda for the Radler.