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Chilean Fanschop Cocktail Recipe
Chilean Fanschop Cocktail Recipe

Fanshop is a very simple Chilean cocktail made with light and smooth lager beer (such as Cristal, Escudo, Heineken, or Stella Artois) and orange-flavored carbonated soda, traditionally Fanta, hence its name. It’s ideal for enjoying ice cold on hot days.

How to make a Fanshop?

It’s a great option for an aperitif, where the alcohol content can be adjusted to taste. The proportions usually vary from 50% beer and 50% soda to 75% beer and 25% soda, as in this recipe, but it’s all a matter of preference.

Nutritional Information

Category: Typical Drinks
Cuisine: Chilean Calories: 350
Preparation Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 4 people

Fanshop Cocktail Recipe


  • 1 liter of lager beer
  • 500 ml of orange soda


  1. Pour the cold beer into a tall glass, filling it up to ¾ of its capacity, being careful not to create too much foam.
  2. Top up the glass with cold orange soda.
  3. Serve the fanshop immediately on its own or accompanied, for example, with almonds seasoned with merkén.

Why is it called fanchop?

It is a drink specific to Chilean culture, and its name is a fusion of the words “Fanta”, the orange soda commonly used in its preparation, and “shop”, a Chilean adaptation of the English word “schop”, which refers to a beer mug or glass.

Did you know?

A few years ago, Montacerdos Publishing House released a comprehensive compilation of Chilean cocktails written by Camila Saez Ibañez, titled “Coctelería criolla / Chilean drinks. The first guide to Chilean cocktails.”


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