Walnut River’s June Release: Elemonator

Walnut River Brewing Company is excited to announce its June release: Elemonator.

Crisp, clean, refreshing and reminiscent of the lemonade your Aunt Sylvia used to make, Elemonator is the perfect summertime thrist-quencher. With a 4.7% ABV, it’s just right for those trips to the lake, parties with friends or backyard hangs.

“Don’t get me wrong, I love beer.” says BJ Hunt, Director of Business Operations and Co-owner. “But sometimes I like to switch it up. Elemonator is definitely my go-to in the summer when it’s just stupid hot out and I’m out fishing with friends.”

“Most people don’t know the difference between a radler and a shandy.” says Rick Goehring, Head Brewer and Co-owner. “With a shandy, you take beer and generally lemonade and mix them together to form the beverage. In a radler, however, the lemons are actually introduced into the brewing process. It gives the radler a much bolder flavor, in my opinion.”

“Bright. Tasty. Delicious.” says Ben Wheeler, Director of Marketing at Walnut River Brewing Company. “That’s how I like to sum up Elemonator. It’s really the perfect summer beverage!”

“When life hands you lemons, make a radler out of it!” says Travis Rohrberg, Director of Quality Control and Distribution and Co-owner. “Seriously though, we get so much flavor out of the brewing process. Elemonator is definitely one of my favorites.”

“If it’s summer and I’m headed somewhere fun, I’m filling the cooler with Elemonator.” says Jay Sanderson, Director of Sales. “Even my non-beer drinking friends love it. They really can’t believe that it’s a beer!”

Want to give it a try? Stop by the Walnut River Brewing Taproom at 111 W. Locust in El Dorado or PourHouse ICT in Wichita. Both places will have it on tap and in the beer cooler to go. Elemonator will also be available state-wide wherever Walnut River Brewing is sold. Elemonate your thirst!


  • Style: Lemonade Radler
  • ABV: 4.7%
  • IBU: 28

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