Which Five Points Beers Are Vegan?
All Cans & Bottles
All Five Points beers in cans and bottles are always vegan.
All Keg Beer
Five Points beer on draught from a keg is always vegan. Keg beer is poured from taps on a bar – the beer will be carbonated and cold. It’s different to cask beer, which you can read about below.
Cask & Mini-Cask Beer Is Not All Vegan
Not all Five Points cask beer and mini-cask is vegan. This is because, typically, we use an animal derived product to improve the beer’s clarity in our cask ale. The Five Points beers which are not vegan in cask are:
- Five Points Pale Cask & Mini-Cask
- Five Points XPA Cask & Mini-Cask
- Five Points Best Cask & Mini-Cask
- Brick Field Brown Cask & Mini-Cask
- Hook Island Red Cask & Mini-Cask
Railway Porter, however, is always vegan on cask.
But, Look Out For Our Unfined Vegan Casks
For selected venues or in certain circumstances, we do produce vegan versions of our beers. Check the badge of the beer, which will say “Unfined” on it if it’s vegan.
Five Points Pale Can/Bottle/Keg/Mini-Keg – Vegan
Five Points Best Bottle – Vegan
Five Points XPA Can/Bottle/Keg – Vegan
Five Points Pils Can/Bottle/Keg – Vegan
Five Points JUPA Can/Bottle/Keg – Vegan
Railway Porter Bottle/Keg/Cask/Mini-Cask – Vegan
Brick Field Brown Bottle/Keg – Vegan
Hook Island Red Bottle/Keg – Vegan
Old Greg’s Barley Wine Bottle – Vegan
Five Points Pale Cask/Mini-Cask – Not Vegan
Five Points XPA Cask/Mini-Cask – Not Vegan
Five Points Best Cask/Mini-Cask – Not Vegan
Five Points JUPA Cask/Mini-Cask – Not Vegan
Brick Field Brown Cask/Mini-Cask – Not Vegan
Hook Island Red Cask/Mini-Cask – Not Vegan