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In a nod to the aperitif’s origins, the components of the Lysette are all French—from the gentle bitterness of Salers to the fizzy smack of Kronenbourg.



In certain pockets of the Midwest, the combination of beer and olives is known as the Beertini, a drink deeply engrained in barroom culture.


Red Beer

Add tomato juice to the Midwestern Beertini and you get South Dakota’s Red Beer, which draws parallels to the Michelada—minus the spice.