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beanspud 02-14-2014 06:24 PM

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Pinkus, it is vegan and it is good.

http://www.barnivore.com/products/2559-pinkus-muller

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The History of Organic Hefe-Weizen

Wheat beer is a Bavarian specialty. In the 16th century, the Electors of Bavaria declared beer made from wheat to be a monopoly of the state, which remained for centuries.

Taste

Very light in body and color. Crisp, dry, spritzy, and refreshing unfiltered beer. Clean ale-yeast aroma and flavor, without the characteristic yeasty spiciness of a Bavarian wheat beer.

Serving Suggestion

...spinach salads..., gazpacho. Serve in tall vase-shaped glass garnished with a thin slice of lemon.

ABV: 5.1% - OG: 1.048 - IBU: 20

LedBoots 02-14-2014 08:22 PM

A microbrewery/restaurant opened near me. The beer is amazing, and they have a couple of good vegan food offerings! The only downside is the cost, of course. smiley.gif
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http://cigarcitybrewpub.com/on-tap/

drsmokey 02-15-2014 07:06 AM

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Pinkus, it is vegan and it is good.

http://www.barnivore.com/products/2559-pinkus-muller

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mmm, you make me want a nice hefe-weizen.  


peacefulveglady 06-02-2014 04:34 PM

Going to start drinking beer on occasion however, wanting to know what are Vegan beers so i am exploring the thread.

B.Austin 06-10-2014 09:06 AM

You people may be interested in the London Vegan Beer Fest, but note that a ticket is required for entry;

http://londonveganbeerfest.co.uk/tickets/

mandyforeverstrange 10-23-2014 05:13 PM

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Pinkus, it is vegan and it is good.

oh pinkus... so yummy. currently loving humboldt hemp ale :beer:

Beetlejuice11 11-22-2014 09:52 AM

Marc
 
+1!

Send me an info pls at Marks@carlandmary.info!

mmabacados 07-17-2015 04:02 PM

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Pinkus, it is vegan and it is good.

http://www.barnivore.com/products/2559-pinkus-muller

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mmm, you make me want a nice hefe-weizen.

YUMM. i love hefes.

DTASFAB 09-15-2015 11:24 AM


EvilCartman 03-17-2016 10:13 AM

If your in Southern California or have decent distribution in your area I recommend you get your hands on some Modern Times Beers! They are normally labeled if they are vegan with "This beer is Vegan". It takes all of the guess work and research out.

BlackBoxed 03-21-2016 09:50 AM

Does anyone have any nitrogen-charged beer suggestions? Guinness and Kilkenny are both non-vegan due to the way it's usually processed -- though, I have been encouraged to see if our local brewery uses the same process. While I'm not a huge Guinness fan, I always did like it the creamy, foamy bits. =)

LedBoots 03-21-2016 04:31 PM

I have heard that Guinness is in the process of changing to a vegan filtering system. I have a beer afficiando friend I will ask about nitrogen beer suggestions :)

Are you in the US?

BlackBoxed 03-21-2016 05:29 PM

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Originally Posted by LedBoots (Post 3937777)
I have heard that Guinness is in the process of changing to a vegan filtering system. I have a beer afficiando friend I will ask about nitrogen beer suggestions :)

Are you in the US?

In Canada, and that'd be awesome thanks!

I do know that some breweries that make Guinness don't filter with isinglas (sp?), but I don't think there are any in Canada. Mill Street has a Vanilla porter that is nitrogen-charged and they don't use isinglas to process their beers so most are vegan, but you can't really find it outside of Toronto.

Nietzscha 08-26-2017 07:16 AM

I don't know very much about beer sadly, but my husband brews. He brews Amber Ales, IPAs (I can't stand IPAs), and Mead (yes I know mead is not beer). My husband has dreams of quitting his job and starting a brewery. I normally like stouts with dessert, the ones that taste more like coffee the better! My favorite beers though are sours, and beers similar to sours. Rodenbach is among my favorites, but unfortunately it's expensive. To me, Rodenbach is good with Caprese salad or just about any fruit! I also love some Lambics, my favorite being Belgian Framboise Beer in strawberry. Our local beer store had a tasting where they put the strawberry Framboise with the chocolate Framboise to make it taste like a dessert, and it was really cool, although I prefer the strawberry by itself. Of course, there's always PBR :P . If I'm drinking wine, I'm the typical girl who likes Moscato, and the cheaper the better! For some reason I just really like the cheap stuff when it comes to wine; complete opposite of my beer taste. Just about any mead is good mead to me, as well as ciders! We are lucky that we have a local brewery right down the street from us; Thomas Creek. My hubby loves Thomas Creek and I enjoy some of their beers.


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