Yes JUBEL is a 100% vegan beer. Quite a few beers contain isinglass finings (derived from fish) to clarify the beer but we use a plant-based alternative to ensure that our beer is suitable for vegans.
JUBEL is absolutely a gluten-free beer. We brew with malted barley to get a malt lager character, but we also brew with an enzyme to break down the gluten proteins. We lab test each batch before and after packaging and don’t release anything over 10ppm gluten count, and our brewery has been audited to be fully compliant with Coeliac UK requirements.
3g per 100ml. 63% less than a fruit cider and on par with a Skinny Tonic water, making it a low sugar option.
4.2g per 100ml
125 calories per can
You can find individual cans or pints of our beer in shops and pubs across the country, find your nearest JUBEL stockist here.
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We offer next working day delivery for orders placed before 2pm. Orders placed after 2pm on a Thursday or before 2pm on a Friday will arrive on a Monday. Orders placed after 2pm on a Friday will arrive on a Tuesday. You will receive confirmation of your delivery window from our courier.
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Jesse discovered two things at an après-ski bar called La Folie Douce. The first was beer pêche - a pint of lager with a dash of peach. He found lager too lame and cider too sweet, but beer pêche was the perfect middle ground and everyone loved it. An idea was born.
The second discovery was a song they played to close out an afternoon of après. The song was called Jubel and it meant “a feeling of extreme joy” - a suitable summary after a few pints of pêche at altitude. His idea had a name.
He spent two years learning how to brew, and after selling out at a few festivals he quit his corporate 9-5 to pioneer a new style of beer.