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Is de houblon vegan?

De houblon is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de houblon?

De houblon, also known as hop in English, is a cone-shaped flower primarily used in the brewing of beer. With its bitter taste and aromatic quality, de houblon plays a crucial role in balancing the sweetness of malt and enhancing the overall flavor profile of beer. Besides brewing, it has also been used for medicinal purposes due to its calming properties. De houblon is typically grown in temperate regions around the world and can be found in various forms such as whole leaf, pelletized or powdered. Its distinct flavor and aroma make it a staple ingredient in the beer industry, providing a unique and unforgettable experience for beer lovers worldwide.

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