Triumph Beers is Not Vegan Friendly
|by Triumph Brewing|
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|Added:||about 4 years ago|
"So ultimately it is a batch to batch decision. I wish there was a better alternative besides a centrifuge (mega money) or long aging times to reduce the yeast population enough that filtration was easier (settling by gravity)"
"Honey is used in the Honey Blonde and the older house beer Honey Wheat. It
is a small amount but it is used nonetheless. The only animal product
that would be used for clarification is gelatin. It is not used extensively and only as necessary for a stubbornly cloudy beer."