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It's a Radler. Nothing weird about it. They're quite popular as a summer drink all over Germany and elsewhere. I think some call them Shantys? You can often make your own (mix Sprite or lemon juice with beer). Great way to beat the heat without getting too drunk.
I bought some a few weeks ago and enjoy them. A bit too sweet for me, I'd prefer a more lemony taste, but they're not horrible.
"A shandy is nothing more than a mixed drink of beer and lemonade It is a popular way to dress up the average glass of beer, particularly in the summer, and is sometimes called a shandygraff or radler. The average shandy uses equal parts of beer and lemonade, though these proportions can vary."
Radler is beer with a little bit of lemonade, preferably not sprite. Can't really understand these drinks that have more lemonade then beer in it.
But I was surprised, didn't taste that bad.
Sugar content should be really high.