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Are natural hops vegan?

Natural hops is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is natural hops?

Natural hops are cone-shaped flowers from the Humulus lupulus plant, which are commonly used as a flavoring and stabilizing ingredient in beer brewing. The bitterness of hops helps balance the sweetness of malt and adds complexity and depth to the taste of beer. Hops also have natural preservative properties, which help extend the shelf life of beer. Beyond their use in brewing, hops are also known for their potential health benefits, such as reducing inflammation and anxiety. As a natural ingredient, hops are free from artificial additives and provide a distinctive, earthy flavor and aroma to any food or drink.

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