Blimey, Harry! Vegan Butterbeer Available at Universal Orlando

The new beverage removes the dairy from the popular Harry Potter-themed drink

Two glasses of vegan butterbeer await guests.
The new vegan butterbeer is available cold or frozen. Universal Orlando photo

The popular Butterbeer beverage, beloved by fans of the “Harry Potter” movies and books, is now available in a vegan variant in The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Orlando Resort and Universal Studios Hollywood.

With flavors reminiscent of butterscotch and shortbread and a vegan-friendly take on the iconic Butterbeer froth, the new non-dairy offering, which is available in cold and frozen versions, has the same delectable taste as the existing, enormously popular Butterbeer drink.

Vegan, non-dairy Butterbeer is available for purchase at the Three Broomsticks restaurant in Hogsmeade as well as the Leaky Cauldron restaurant in Diagon Alley for visitors to Universal Orlando. (The vegan drink is also available to Universal guests at the Hollywood park.)

During their visit to the magnificently themed areas, guests can also indulge in various vegan menu selections, such as the Mushroom Pie Platter at Universal Orlando and the Irish Stew and Shepherd’s Pasty Pie at both Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Orlando.

Visit Universal Orlando for more details about The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Orlando Resort.

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