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If you find any Irish Stouts that are vegan, let me know. I think St. Peter's Gate (have I flubbed the name here? I'll have to check next time I am at the store) is delicioso!
 

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ya i make wine and use isinglass i geuss, its probably possible to use kanten, carageenen or agar instead. I might just try that on a small scale here soon.

Favorite Irish stout: i dont know if it counts but the kilkenny cream ale really gets me.
 

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I wish Guiness was vegan because that is my favorite! (unless they changed it?
Anyone know?) So I drink Smithwick's now which is supposed to be vegan.
Although, my favorite ale is NewCastle (not Irish).
 

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Yeah, I'm aware of the isinglass issue, I generally hold the same opinion towards that as I do towards bone-char filtered sugar, but I understand that many vegans prefer to avoid it.
 

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Does anyone know of a very recently updated list on the vegan beers? I have several but they all say different things. One says NewCastle is Ok and one says it isn't. The lists seem old though.

These are the lists I have:

http://www.veganconnection.com/veganbeer.htm

http://homepage.ntlworld.com/geraint...ian_beers.html

Also, a bit off topic but to comment on the bone-charring, I am hearing from more and more vegans that alot of companies are stopping bone-charring because it is too expensive and they have a discovered a cheaper way now that is vegan. Don't know if this is definately true though - you would have to email companies and ask I guess.
 
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