Stiegl Radler Grapefruit
Over the last few years, this Austrian grapefruit radler has become a summer staple at beer gardens, rooftop bars, and, well, anywhere sun shines and alcohol is served. It's hard not to see the appeal. Unlike Schöfferhofer's 50-50 ratio of beer and fruit juice, Stiegl's radler contains just 40 percent beer, in this case its crisp Goldbräu lager. The cloudy, 2.5-percent ABV thirst-quencher keeps saccharine qualities in check, meaning the radler is so crushable you could take down a pitcher by your lonesome. Or so we've heard.