Sea Dog Beers is Not Vegan Friendly
|by Sea Dog Brewing|
|Address:||South Portland: 125 Western Ave.
South Portland, ME, 04106
|Double checked by:||Ryan|
|Added:||over 4 years ago|
|Double Checked:||about 2 years ago|
Company email (October 2013):
"our beer is not vegan as we use isinglass in the process"
"Thank you very much for your note. At this time, our beers are not vegan. Our beers are also not produced elsewhere in the world.
Sea Dog brews a very traditional English-style ale and we are faithful to the traditional English-style of brewing. We produce what is known as a bright beer, such as in commonly found in the U.K. Isinglass is a brewing aid used in traditional bright, English beers. Isinglass is used in the process prior to filtration. After filtration, none of our beers contain any residuals of isinglass finings.
This year, we have been doing a number of trials with an equivalent vegetarian product and there is a possibility we will switch to a new, vegetarian brewing aid once our brewing trials are complete. "