noun Chiefly British.
Origin of shandygaff
Examples from the Web for shandygaff
After a ten-mile pull on the river, a shandygaff of Bass and champagne is comforting to the oarsman.The Truth About Tristrem Varick|Edgar Saltus
Shandygaff, shan′di-gaf, n. a mixture of bitter ale or beer with ginger-beer.
In taverns, of course, the churchwarden—beloved of Carlyle and Tennyson—was usually smoked to the accompaniment of shandygaff.The Social History of Smoking|G. L. Apperson
Officers dismounted at the Club, quaffed "shandygaff" and sometimes even "Scotch and soda" in silent sense of exasperation.A Soldier's Trial|Charles King