Apple juice - 30 ml
Maple syrup - 15ml
Lemon juice - 15ml
Soda - 60ml
1. In a Shacker add lemon juice, maple syrup, apple juice, ice cubes & shake it well.
2. Starin the drink in shot glass.
3. In a tall glass add soda, drop the shot glass into it and top it up with chilled Beer.
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