A Shandy Shore Dinner

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Beer-Braised Ribs With Clams

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Photo by: Con Poulos

Con Poulos

Beer is a refreshing beverage during the warm summer months, and it's also great to cook with and marinate meats in. The beer used in Food Network Magazine's Beer-Braised Ribs with Clams dinner (pictured above) is not only a great way to season ribs — it's also perfect for a refreshing Lemon Shandy. It's easy: Just mix equal parts beer and lemonade and serve over ice. Add a splash of ginger ale if you'd like. It’s the perfect drink to sip as you pile up all those bones and shells!

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