Jelly Belly Draft

Top up your beer belly

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  • The most requested flavour since the inception of Jelly Belly
  • Incredibly convincing beer flavour
  • Beautiful golden colour with a shimmery finish
  • Use them to tide you over during 'booze-free' months
  • No unsavoury head, rancid bubbly belches or mind-blowing hangovers
Pull up a comfy stool at the Firebox bar and allow us to pour you a cool, refreshing glass of Jelly Belly Draft. Gorgeous shimmering gold colour; crisp and effervescent flavour; rich wheaty notes with a touch of sweetness and a pleasing chewy texture.

It's no surprise that 'beer' has been the most-requested flavour since Jelly Belly began in the 80's. And at long last they've managed to recreate an incredibly convincing beer taste without the unsavoury head, rancid bubbly belches, and because they're alcohol free – no mind-blowing hangovers either!

Packaged in a traditional tinny with their signature branding, just grab a handful of these delicious ale-flavoured morsels and satisfy your sweet-tooth and booze-cravings in one fell swoop. It's a bitter sweet symphony in your mouth.
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6 Reviews

Average 4.5/5 stars
  • "Jelly beans that taste of beer. What's not to like?"
    Sonja - 16th of January, 2017
  • "Jelly belly beans and beer, that is what I like to hear!"
    Sarnie - 11th of December, 2015
  • "A gift for my jelly bean beer loving friend. He loved them and the pack was surprisingly big too."
    Liam - 29th of September, 2015
  • "Love the container, good for people who like a drink if you want to get away from buying them alcohol"
    Charlie - 29th of July, 2015
  • "These things are incredible, tasty and they taste just like real beer! I'd have given them 5 stars but you don't really get a lot in there."
    Ben Harborne - 3rd of April, 2015

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