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Is y lúpulo vegan?

Y lúpulo is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is y lúpulo?

Y lúpulo, also known as hops, is a plant that belongs to the Cannabaceae family. It is primarily used in the production of beer as a flavoring agent and stabilizer. Hops impart a bitter, floral, and slightly spicy flavor to beer, which balances the sweetness of malted barley. Apart from brewing, y lúpulo has been traditionally used for medicinal purposes due to its anti-inflammatory properties. Additionally, this versatile ingredient is also used in herbal teas and aromatherapy products. Y lúpulo is an essential component of the beer-making process and plays a vital role in defining the character of different beer styles.

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