You can now enjoy vegan butterbeer, one of the most beloved drinks from Harry Potter's wizarding world, in the comfort of your own home as Warner Bros. have released a bottled version of the drink
Many of us who grew up reading the Harry Potter books have longed to try butterbeer, a popular drink for wizards described as tasting “a little bit like less-sickly butterscotch” for ourselves.
Now our dreams are finally about to come true as Warner Bros. has just announced it has launched the world’s first bottled butterbeer – and it’s suitable for vegans!
Previously only available in draught form at select Wizarding World locations, the bottled butterbeer will be available to buy at Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter, and the Platform 9 ¾ Shops at London King’s Cross Station, Heathrow Airport, and Gatwick Airport (although this shop is currently closed).
Made and brewed in the UK using a secret recipe, the butterscotch-flavoured beer comes in a crafted souvenir glass bottle adorned with an eye-catching label designed by MinaLima, the design team who created the graphic props for the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts films.
There’s currently just one label design on sale so far, but more are set to be released soon so that fans can begin their collection in the same way young wizards collect cards from their chocolate frogs in the magical world of Harry Potter.
The vegan-friendly butterbeer, which is also gluten-free, is available to purchase individually for %5.95 per 275ml bottle or £12.95 for a 4 x 200ml pack.