Bottoms Up :: Super Bowl Shandies

By Cara Greenstein
Super Bowl Shandies | Bottoms Up | Camille Styles

Super Bowl Shandies | Bottoms Up | Camille Styles

The most unprecedented rivalry between the Broncos and Seahawks is going down this Sunday evening, so a celebration is clearly in order. And whether or not you’re a team groupie, it’s evident that after 30 seconds into the first quarter, football fans ultimately value a cold beer over game stats. A shandy provides the perfect balance between the classic American brew and a lighter, citrus sip that pleases us ladies in the room. This beer cocktail will have the whole crowd cheering before the halftime performers even take stage!

Super Bowl Shandies | Bottoms Up | Camille Styles

Super Bowl Shandie

*makes 1 serving


  • 12 oz. pale ale beer
  • handful blackberries
  • juice of 1/2 lemon
  • mint for garnish


  1. Muddle blackberries in bottom of glass. Squeeze lemon juice over blackberries.
  2. Pour beer into glass and garnish with a generous sprig of mint.

Super Bowl Shandies | Bottoms Up | Camille Styles

Comments (17)

  1. Jessica Rose says:

    When the sun starts shining….I’m going to keep pouring this! Thanks for the recipe. 😉

  2. Heidi says:

    This sounds very yummy! Thanks for sharing.

  3. Molly {Dreams in HD} says:

    yum this looks absolutely delicious!
    beer + blackberries sounds like a perfect combination.

    Molly {Dreams in HD}

  4. Taylor S. Morgan (@TaySable) says:

    This sounds yummy! What brand of pale ale do you suggest? Where I live we have a limited selection, but I want to make this for Super Bowl Sunday!

    1. Cara Greenstein says:

      Hi Taylor! I found a hoppy bottle of Prairie pale ale at my Whole Foods, but you could always go with a popular label like Sierra Nevada! Enjoy.

  5. Danielle Drummond says:

    YUM! Definitely making this for the family this weekend. We’re all biiiiig fans of pale ale – good pick!

    1. Danielle Drummond says:

      I’ve got some yummy drink ideas on if you’re ever in need of some recipes 🙂

  6. Lindsay says:

    Where is the lovely glassware from? Must have. And, thanks for the recipe! Go Broncos!

    1. Camille Styles says:

      Thanks Lindsay! I adore these glasses, too! From West Elm:

  7. Adia Sinead says:

    Wow this looks delicious! I’ll probably try this nearing the summertime.

  8. Ashley says:

    This looks delicious! In Memphis, we have a great pale ale from High Cotton Brewery that makes an awesome shandy.

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