03. May 2019 - 19:00 till 22:00
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Rare Share and Tacotarian Present: Our First All Vegan Bottle Share! | Tacotarian | Friday, 03. May 2019

RARE SHARE IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE OUR FIRST BOTTLE SHARE WITH TACOTARIAN!!! 
A FEW CHANGES FOR THIS RARE SHARE EVENT !!
PLEASE READ BELOW!!!
THIS BOTTLE SHARE WILL FOCUS ON VEGAN ONLY BEERS !! YES THATS RIGHT EVERYTHING WILL BE VEGAN FRIENDLY!!! SAYYYY WHHAAATT!! WE ARE TAKING THE TIME TO PUT TOGETHER SOME AWESOME VEGAN FRIENDLY BEERS FOR YOU TO ENJOY!!
TACOTARIAN WILL BE PUTTING TOGETHER VEGAN TACO PLATTERS FOR THIS EVENT!! COURTESY OF TACOTARIAN AND RARE SHARE !!

TICKETS: $20 
WITH THE PURCHASE OF A TICKET YOU WILL RECIEVE 1 RAFFLE TICKET TOWARDS THE GIVEAWAYS AND ADDITIONAL RAFFLE TICKET FOR EVERY VEGAN FRIENDLY BEER YOU BRING!!!!
TICKETS WILL BE EXTREMELY LIMITED!! 
GIVEAWAYS, GIVEAWAYS, GIVEAWAYS!!
TACOTARIAN WILL ALSO BE GIVING AWAY TWO TICKETS TO THE 1ST ANNUAL VEGAN TACOS AND BEER FESTIVAL ON MAY 4TH!! 

IF YOU EVER BEEN TO A RARE SHARE EVENT BEFORE YOU KNOW HOW WE ROLL !! BUT WE DO ASK EVERYONE BRING ATLEAST 1 BEER HENCE THE BOTTLE SHARE ( VEGAN BEERS ) PLEASE!
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS;
raresharelv@gmail.com


Determining whether or not your beer is vegan-friendly can be difficult; here are some guidelines to help to identify this a little easier. Beer is typically made from barley malt, water, hops and yeast and so is often suitable for vegans and vegetarians. Some beer brewers add finings to clarify the beer when racking into a barrel. Finings can include plant-derived products, like Irish moss, or animal-derived products, like isinglass and gelatin. Things aren't quite so clear on the finings side. Traditional finings, which is used to clarify beer, include gelatin and isinglass. Since both of these are animal byproducts the resulting beer is not vegan-friendly. Fortunately for beer-loving vegans, these are mostly used by the very traditional brewers. Modern filtration equipment makes the use of less efficient but easier to store adjuncts possible with equal or even better results. In my experience, most of today's brewers use the later method of fining and filtration.