Beer is most commonly made from barley malt, water, hops and yeast, which means it’s usually vegan. Unfortunately, some beer brewers add finings that are not vegan as part of their brewing process, and this means that some beers are not suitable for those trying to live a cruelty-free lifestyle.
What beer is not vegan?
Though there are exceptions, certain types of beer typically aren’t vegan, including:
- Cask ales. Otherwise known as real ales, cask ales are a traditional British brew that often use isinglass as a fining agent ( 16 ).
- Honey beers. Some breweries use honey for added sweetness and flavor. …
- Meads. …
- Milk stouts.
Is Stella Artois vegan?
“Stella Artois is a fine, golden pilsner lager, originally brewed as a Christmas beer in Leuven, Belgium. … Stella Artois contains only four ingredients: maize, hops, malted barley and water and is suitable for vegetarians and vegans.”
Is Corona beer vegan?
“Yes, our beer is suitable for vegans; in fact, corona is made with natural products like Rice, Water, Hops, Refined corn starch and Yeast. No animal products are involved.”
Is Jack Daniels vegan?
“Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey, Tennessee Rye, Gentleman Jack and Single Barrel are all suitable for vegan diets. There is no wool or other animal by-products used in our process. … There are no additives to our whiskey and no animal products are used in the making or maturation.”
Is Coke a vegan?
Coca-Cola does not contain any ingredients derived from animal sources and can be included in a vegetarian or vegan diet.
What alcohol is vegan?
Vegan alcohol includes spirits, beer, wine and cider which are free from animal products. Like the food we eat, vegans choose to avoid non-vegan alcohol and any products with animal-derived ingredients.