To celebrate Veganuary, we have worked with The Vegan Society to celebrate five vegan beers to try during January.
We brew a range of beers that are all completely vegan friendly as they avoid the use of isinglass, which is obtained from fish bladders. In order to put a spotlight on other quality vegan brewers, we have worked with the Vegan Society to pull together five vegan beers for drinkers to try during November.
Sue Cooper, Co-Owner of Little Valley Brewery, commented:
“Vegan beer has hit the headlines this year, but it is by no means a brand new trend. We have been brewing vegan beer since day one over 11 years ago and this is something we wanted to put a spotlight on this World Vegan Day. Whilst we of course want to champion our own products, there are many breweries out there that are vegan friendly and perfect for drinkers and operators looking to expand their craft beer repertoire.”
1) Little Valley Brewery LVB X
An organic barley wine that is rich, bold, dark, with hints of raisin and a strong malty backbone. 10% ABV https://littlevalleybrewery.co.uk/
2) Freedom Brewery Organic Helles Lager
Round malty flavour with a subtle bitterness and smooth caramel undertone. 4.8% ABV http://www.freedombrewery.com/
3) Stroud Brewery Asparagasm
A fruity and crisp aromatic pale ale using Chinook and Nelson Sauvin hops. 4.2% ABV http://www.stroudbrewery.co.uk/
4) Little Valley Brewery Tod’s Blonde
Bright yellow blonde ale with a pleasant malty taste and a smooth bitter finish. 5% ABV https://littlevalleybrewery.co.uk/
5) Brighton Bier Pale Ale
A refreshing well-balanced moreish beer brewed with Mosaic, Chinook & Citra hops. 4.0% ABV http://www.brightonbier.com/