Summer is well on its way so you’re bound to want something cool and refreshing to accompany your vegan barbecue food. Here we have it- the best vegan beers and lagers on the market right now- all of which go great with veggie burgers and sausages. 

You can be vegan and a beer drinker!

You can be vegan and a beer drinker!

St Peter's Without Gold 

St Peter's Without Gold is a full-bodied beer with a slightly sweet malt flavour combined with a citrus bitterness, which hopes to quench the thirst of ale and lager drinkers looking to reduce their units and make healthier drinking choices. 

Hop Stuff Cans

Cans available to buy here: https://www.eebria.com/page/view/hop-stuff-online-shop 

Goose Island Sofie - £2.99

Available at beerhawk.co.uk

Goose Island Matilda  - £7.99

Available at beerhawk.co.uk

Goose Island Preseason Lager - £2.59

Available at beerhawk.co.uk

Goose Island IPA ABV 5.9% 

Available at beerhawk.co.uk for £2.59

Goose Island 312 Urban Wheat Ale ABV 4.2% 

Available at beerhawk.co.uk for £2.29

Goose Island Honkers Ale ABV 4.3%

Available at beerhawk.co.uk for £2.29

Estrella Galicia Gluten Free Beer

Stockist:

Wholefoods, slurp.co.uk

RSP: £1.79

Skinny Lager

Skinny Brands has also produced a range of ready-to-drink cocktails, now available in Tesco. Throughout 2017 Skinny Brands will also launch Skinny Wines, including Sauvignon, Merlot and Frizzante, as well as ciders, speciality beers and spirits. 

Celia Organic Lager 

CELIA Organic Lager is available from Tesco stores nationwide and Waitrose stores nationwide, Tesco and Waitrose online, Ocado and selected Oddbins, Booths and Whole Foods stores.

Skinner’s Beer

Six of Skinner’s Brewery’s core range of beers have been certified as vegetarian and vegan friendly. Mike Pritchard, commercial director said that “Over the past few months, we’ve worked closely with the VeganSociety to check which of our ales pass their strict guidelines. With the exception of Hops ’n’ Honey and Penny Come Quick, which include honey and milk respectively, all of our ales are vegan and vegetarian.”

Vegetarian and veganism has seen a rise in recent years in the UK due to growing concerns with animal welfare and the effect of the meat industry on the environment. Mike Pritchard said that Skinners chose to seek certification because “we know from talking to our stockists and customers that there is a growing consumer-interest in vegan and vegetarian options in the food and drink category. With 12% of the UK population now identifying as either vegan or vegetarian, it’s important our beers are labelled clearly to help these customers when shopping or buying at the bar”.

During the ale brewing process, finings are added during racking to clarify the beer. Whilst some breweries use isinglass or gelatin as finings, the Skinners brewing process has always used plant-derived finings, meaning that most of their ales are vegetarian and vegan-friendly.

St Peter's Without® Alcohol-Free Beer

St Peter's Without® is available nationwide in supermarkets and pubs. For more information visit www.stpetersbrewery.co.uk

Little Valley Brewery Beers

www.littlevalleybrewery.co.uk


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