Butterbeer is A popular wizarding beverage described as similar to butterscotch, but a bit less sickly. It is served throughout the wizarding world, and has a very minute alcohol content.


Butterbeer History
Butterbeer is served throughout the wizarding world, and several variants have been made over the years. Although the alcohol content is very slight, house-elves are able to get drunk off of the drink, perhaps due to their small body size, or their extremely different body composition. The mascot, Barny the Fruit bat, of the Ballycastle Bats appears in advertisements for Butterbeer, which state “Barny says: I’m just batty about Butterbeer!” Butterbeer is sold for 2 Sickles at most establishments.

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