Bavaria (Holland) is NOT vegan friendly
|Address:||De Stater 1
|Phone:||+31 499 428111|
|Double checked by:||Richie, Nathan, Demy, Craig|
|Added:||over 3 years ago|
|Double Checked:||1 day ago|
Products by Bavaria (Holland):
Not Vegan Friendly
Not Vegan Friendly
Company email (April 2016) re 0.0% Original:
"Thank you for taking interest in our 0.0% alcohol, unfortunately we do use isinglass in our brewing process. Therefore, until a time when we use another filtration method, all of our beers are not suitable for vegetarians."
Company email (January 2016) re 0.0% Original:
"We use 4 natural ingredients for our 0.0% beer, these are pure mineral water, barley malt, wheat and hops. We do use an animal product to help filter the beer, so whilst none of it is actually in the beer, it is part of the filter aid."
Company email (September 2015):
"Bavaria bier is volledig vegetarisch en past derhalve zonder twijfel in een vegetarisch dieet. Op de vraag of Bavaria ook past in een veganistisch dieet moeten we nee antwoorden. Tijdens het filtratieproces wordt er namelijk gebruik gemaakt van een hulpstof van dierlijke oorsprong. Deze hulpstof blijft niet achter in het eindproduct waardoor ons bier wél vegetarisch, maar niet veganistisch is."
[Google translation: "Bavaria beer is completely vegetarian and therefore fits without doubt in a vegetarian diet. Asked whether Bavaria is also part of a vegan diet, we must answer no. During the filtration process is namely use is made of an excipient of animal origin. This additive does not remain in the finished making our beer indeed vegetarian, but not vegan."]
Company email (September 2014):
"I have been informed that we do use isinglass in our brewing process. Therefore, until a time when we use another filtration method, our beers are not vegan/ vegetarian."
Company email (December 2012):
"Second of all I would like to get back to your question about our beer and if this is Vegan-Friendly. I can tell you that our beer is okay to drink for a vegan, while there are no animal products used during the brewing process. When ever our beer would be brewed anywhere else in the world, we can assure you the brewing process will be the same."