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Is hopextract vegan?

Hopextract is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is hopextract?

Hop extract is a concentrated liquid that is derived from hops, the female flowers of the hop plant. It is commonly used in the brewing industry to impart bitterness, flavor, and aroma to beer. Hop extract contains alpha acids, beta acids, and essential oils, which are responsible for the characteristic bitter and aromatic properties of hops. Unlike whole hops, hop extract is shelf-stable, and its bitterness and flavor can be precisely measured and controlled, making it a popular choice among brewers. Hop extract is also used in the production of various food and beverage products, including energy drinks, soft drinks, and candies.

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