Harry Potter Fans Rejoice! Warner Bros. is Now Selling Bottled Butterbeer. Warner Bros. has launched a new Butterbeer line based off the famous drink from the Harry Potter books and films! Previously, the only way to drink the official drink was by visiting one of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter locations in the Universal Theme Parks, but now United Kingdom citizens can order their own draft of this magical concoction directly from Warner Bros. and the Platform 9 ¾’s website.
Warner Bros. shared the news via Twitter with a photo of the newly design bottle and souvenir tankard along with the caption, “Anyone fancy a bottled Butterbeer? For the first time ever you can enjoy your favorite magical beverage at home! The world’s first bottles Butterbeer is available now.”
Anyone fancy a bottled Butterbeer?
For the first time ever you can enjoy your favourite magical beverage at home! The world's first bottled Butterbeer is available now: https://t.co/CHEjfI1jto #ButterbeerCheers pic.twitter.com/xl3dT7hIR7
— Warner Bros. Studio Tour London (@wbtourlondon) September 10, 2020
Though the option is not currently available in the United States, we hope Warner Bros. decides to ship to the US soon! In the meantime, U.S. Citizens and tourists can grab a cold or hot brewed Butterbeer in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios Hollywood in California and the Universal Studios Orlando and Islands of Adventure Theme Parks in Orlando, FL. Cheers and Drink up Witches, Wizards, and Muggles!
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Featured Photo Credit: Warner Bros.
Source: KGUN Channel 9 News
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