Warner Bros Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter and Platform 9 ¾ Shops have launched the world’s first bottled Butterbeer, made and brewed in the UK.
For the first time ever, fans of the Wizarding World can enjoy Butterbeer at home, available now at Warner Bros Studio Tour London and Platform 9 ¾ Shops.
Butterbeer was previously available in draught at select Wizarding World locations, and is now on offer in bottles at Warner Bros Studio Tour London.
Harry Potter fans can also pick up a bottle at the Platform 9 ¾ Shops at London King’s Cross and Heathrow and Gatwick Airports.
Butterbeer available in bottles for fans of Harry Potter
Made and brewed in the UK, bottled Butterbeer comes in souvenir glass bottles, featuring an exclusive collectible label designed by MinaLima, the design team behind the graphic props of Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts.
According to a press release, bottled Butterbeer is best served cold and poured from the bottle. It is a new take on the butterscotch flavour and has a unique blend of secret ingredients.
In addition, bottled Butterbeer can be purchased online. Platform 9 ¾ at Gatwick Airport remains closed, but the new drink will be available upon reopening.
Bottled Butterbeer is available for £4.95 for an individual 275ml bottle or £12.95 for a pack of four 200ml bottles. It is vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free.
Butterbeer can be purchased from Platform 9 ¾ Shops
Meanwhile, Toshimaen amusement park has ceased operations after 94 years, making way for Warner Bros Studio Tour Tokyo – The Making of Harry Potter, opening in 2023.
The indoor studio attraction will offer experiential entertainment, taking visitors on an exciting behind-the-scenes tour of the Wizarding World.
The Studio Tour Tokyo will feature special elements, including movie sets that were designed and built by the creators of Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts.
Elsewhere, Universal Beijing Resort has released a magical video teasing the rides and attractions of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, debuting as part of UBR in 2021.