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Author:  the vegan vulcan [ Sat Mar 31, 2012 3:06 pm ]
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Hey, I was thinking, I know Barnivore exists for discovering the veganness of libations, but it would be cool if we could do a vegan wine/beer/booze reporting thread/subforum! It would be cool to share reviews of enjoyable vegan potations, methinks.

I know I got super-excited when I found out Southern Tier's Choklat was vegan, but I didn't know until I tried it that it's best chocolate stout ever!! So I figured I could try to pay it forward/obliquely by suggesting reviews. Whee!

Author:  Kelly [ Sat Mar 31, 2012 4:24 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: boozes

Start a thread!

Author:  solipsistnation [ Sat Mar 31, 2012 4:39 pm ]
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There's more depth than a single thread can provide, I think. Wine, harder liquor, beers, etc.

Author:  Kelly [ Sat Mar 31, 2012 4:49 pm ]
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If Isa decides to create a subforum, the threads can be moved there. Always a good idea to show that a subforum is needed by having active threads.

Author:  Veganismbot [ Sat Mar 31, 2012 5:33 pm ]
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I remember when I went vegan over four years ago, and found out that Avery in Colorado was not vegan. I wrote them a strongly worded letter. Several years later, when I heard that they had gone vegan finally, I was so happy. I have trouble finding their stuff in the Bay Area, but boy do I like their beer!

Author:  vijita [ Sat Mar 31, 2012 5:42 pm ]
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I think this is a great idea. Barnivore is great but pretty sporadically updated, and it's always hard to find info on local beers and wines. I always email/call the companies myself, and I wrote and fact-checked a couple articles on vegan beer and wine a few years ago, so it's always nice to share that information.

Author:  boychucker [ Fri Apr 06, 2012 12:48 am ]
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I agree. I don't drink a lot of beer/wine but I want to try the beer-y/wino recipes. When it says "dark beer" or "red wine" I would like to know what the ppk recommends.

Author:  Veganismbot [ Thu Apr 12, 2012 7:17 pm ]
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One of my favorite cooking beers is the New Belgium Abbey Ale. It's a dubbel with a pretty tasty flavor. It's great for doing beer batter!

Author:  vegetalion [ Fri Apr 13, 2012 12:43 pm ]
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I LOVE the Southern Tier Choklat--it's like drinking a chocolate bar! For the record, all of Southern Tier's beers are vegan, except for the Milk Stout.

Ommegang beers are all vegan; I'm from the town where they brew, and not only have I been on the factory a dozen times, but I'm friends with some of the employees. The company is also really into protecting the environment.

Author:  kara kara [ Sat Apr 14, 2012 8:25 am ]
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I'm down! I wish Barnivore had forums for the reasons stated above. I work in wine, so the knowledge I'd gain from it would be super useful.

Author:  Veganismbot [ Tue Apr 17, 2012 10:10 pm ]
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Enjoying a La Folie from New Belgium from the bottle for my birthday. It's quite a good beer. It's a Flemish sour brown, with up front tangy raspberry followed by oakiness in the back of the mouth. At the end it gets this warm, bready flavor, like really fresh whole wheat flour (with the fruity flavors persisting, of course). I think I prefer it on tap, but it's quite a treat in the bottle anyway. Better than The Duchess, but still short of Russian River Supplication (on tap, anyway). I love sour browns.

Author:  gracieallen [ Fri Aug 09, 2013 1:31 am ]
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I keep in mind that when I went vegan over four years in the past, and came upon that Avery in Colorado was once now not vegan. I wrote them a strongly worded letter. a couple of years later, when I heard that they\'d long gone vegan finally, i used to be so satisfied. i've hassle discovering their stuff within the Bay space, however boy do i really like their beer!

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