Erythritol (aka fermented glucose) is a naturally occurring nectar commonly found in pears, watermelons, grapes and other fermented products like wine, cheese and soy sauce. Erythritol is about 70% as sweet as table sugar (sucrose), but it has almost no calories (winner winner, chicken dinner) and is non-glycaemic, meaning it does not raise blood sugar levels. This makes it a popular choice among people with diabetes and those following low-carb diets. 
We add a touch of erythritol at the end of the natural fermentation process. This adds back a touch of sweetness and balances out the flavours after we naturally brew out all of the sugar from our bevvies. The erythritol we use is 100% natural and certified organic.  


  • Erythritol is a low-calorie sweetener, which may be beneficial for weight management and for people on calorie-restricted diets. 
  • It does not affect blood glucose or insulin levels, making it a suitable sweetener for people with diabetes (yay!). 
  • This nifty sweetener may improve oral health by preventing the growth of harmful bacteria that cause tooth decay and cavities.  


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