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ALCOHOL

------- In the January/February 1995 issue of Animal Times-PETA's bimonthly magazine there is a list of "cruelty-free beers." The following is direct quotation: "The following brewing companies have assured PETA in writing that all their various beers are made without animal-derived ingredients, additives, or processing agents:

Anderson Valley

Anheuser-Busch

Barley's

Beach

Beck's

Big Dog's Hospitality Group

Blue Ridge

Brick

Carlsberg-Tetley

Columbus

Courage

Dallas County

Dempsey's

Deschutes

Dock Street Dubuque

Eddie McStiff's

Fremont

Fullers

Golden Pacific

Grant's Yakima (but Grant's Apple Honey Ale uses honey)

Greene King

Grolsch

G. Heileman

Irons

James Page

Jones Street

Lakefront

Latrobe (Rolling Rock)

Les Brasseurs du Nord

Lost Coast

Mad River

Manhattan Beach

Masters Brewpub & Brasserie

Miller

Miracle

Nelson

Nevada City

North Coast

Nouveaux Brasseurs-Bar L'Inox

Odell

Onalaska

Oranjeboom

Otter Creek

Otto Brothers'

Pacific Hop Exchange

Pennsylvania

Pete's

Pyramid Ales

Ragtime Tavern

Rainier

Richbrau

Roslyn

Samuel Smith

San Andreas

Scottish & Newcastle

Shan Sui

Sharky's

Shepherd Neame

Sierra Nevada

Silo

Sleeman

Sonoma (Dempsey's)

Spinnakers Brewpub

Sprecher

Star

Steelhead

Table Rock

Telluride

Thames Valley

Treaty Grounds

Triple Rock

Truckee

Umpqua

Upper Canada

Vaux Brewery

Weeping Radish

Whistler

Whitbread Beer

Woodstock

Young & Co.

All German beers are winners, because all are vegan. Bavarian purity laws limitthem to 4 ingredients only: water, grain, hops and yeast."

Also: "Among the breweries making vegan nonalcoholic beer are Miller (Sharp's), Heileman (Kingsbury), and Anheuser-Busch (O'Doul's Premium Non-Alcoholic Brew)." This information comes from an animal ingredients list done by E.G. Smith. Here is the link http://www.infinet.com/~egsmith/press/a2z.txt

Hope this helps

The link doesn't work anymore though. I am not sure what happened to the website that I got this info from. I know you can purchase the Animal Ingredients book From A to Z on Amazon.com and it is by E.G. Smith and this information should be in it.