Something strawberry and vegan for the weekend

The UK is alive with excitement. The sun is out in full force, the temperature is rising and people are wearing a lot less clothing. I arrived in a bustling, blistering Leeds today just in time for a long, long weekend and I’m more than ready to have a good time. I’m sure you know nothing says ‘good time’ quite like vegan cider and the vegan cider is better still when it is strawberry-flavoured and in a can.

Brothers Cider are makers of delicious drinks. I have previously written about consuming their range here and here. Their glorious selection of flavours include toffee apple, tutti frutti, lemon and the recently-released ginger. Brothers are fast becoming a firm FGV favourite and my love is growing exponentially as summer approaches. As news hit my Twitter feed today regarding the strawberry Brothers Cider being sold in cans, I instantly new what my Leeds long weekend drink-of-choice was going to be.

Strawberry vegan cider by Brothers

Seconds after my train pulled into Leeds station, I hotfooted it to supermarket chain Morrisons in the city centre to pick up a few cans. To my delight, they were selling an 8-pack of cans for only £9.00. Too bad I am not hosting a party this weekend… the store were also selling 3 packs for £18.oo. 24 cans of vegan, strawberry cider for under £20 people. Now that is a deal.

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6 Responses to Something strawberry and vegan for the weekend

  1. Hi there, just found your blog and think it is great. Would love to follow you on FB and twitter, how do I get there? It seems you are a young blog, and I hope that you continue writing, because well, fat, gay and vegan? Who can resist! Love it…
    Sincerely the Kitchen Shaman

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  3. no says:

    I made a multitude of calls and eventually got through to an owner who said it was vege friendly, (I’m not vegan, but I am vegie). He assured me that it was suitable for me, my question is, why aren’t they showing it on the bottles if they are so sure?

    • fatgayvegan says:

      I find that a bit strange too. I have asked them publicly about it being vegan on Facebook and they confirmed on there. They also have something on their website saying all the ciders are vegan friendly.

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