Tyne Bank Brewery: “Going vegan was a no-brainer!”
Newcastle-based independent brewery Tyne Bank Brewery has “gone green” and now offers vegan-friendly cask ales and no longer uses plastic straws.
Julia Austin, founder of Tyne Bank Brewery, states:
“Going vegan was a no-brainer! We’ve replaced the traditional isinglass fining, which is made from the dried swim bladders of fish, with a vegan-friendly alternative. The new fining still gives the same performance, whilst meeting the market need for vegan-friendly beer!”
The press release notes that “vegan and eco-conscious drinkers” can now enjoy a “clear beer and a clear conscience.”
The brewery, located on Walker Road, is also using an “alternative to the disposable, plastic straws so often found in pubs and breweries” in order to keep its tap room plastic-free.
To learn more about Tyne Bank Brewery, which will be hosting a variety of events and adding experimental beers to its menu, visit this link.