How To Find Vegan Friendly Beer

Vegan friendly beer is handy to know when drinking your favorite beer.  Fortunately, many Maine breweries pass the vegan test, according to Barnivore. I have many friends who are vegan who believe they are not allowed to drink beer. After strenuous research, I discovered that they can enjoy the liquid gold just as much as I can. But what does it mean for a craft beer to be vegan friendly? Why should you care? These are questions I will be answering.

I am not a vegan but learning what constitutes a vegan beer really peaks my interest. Sometimes breweries use animal products in the brewing process. There is even a rare process where a brewer will drop a whole chicken (scary).  So I would love to know if the beer in my hand is not made with any animal products.

Barnivore is a very extensive database that has liquor, wine, and beer. The site tells you if a brewery or winery are vegan friendly or not.

I live in Maine and love to drink Maine craft beer. Here are a few brews you can drink if you were vegan:

  • Peak Organic Brewing Company
  • Allagash Brewing Company
  • Baxter  Brewing Company
  • Atlantic Brewing Company
  • Sebago Brewing Company
  • Gearys Brewing Company
Vegan friendly beer never crossed my mind until I heard someone tell me they were not allowed to drink beer because they were vegan. That threw up a red flag in my mind. In this nation, everyone has the right to enjoy beer. That includes vegans and people with a gluten allergy. Gluten free beer and vegan friendly beer are definitely within reach!
With this new found vegan knowledge, I hope you will go out and try more beers. Just because you are vegan, doesn’t mean you cannot enjoy beer like the rest of us.
Cheers!
Cheers!
Benjamin Moore
Athlete, Beer Connoisseur, and all around Geek
Email me at ben@activebeergeek.com

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