Vampt's Lean Machine beer contains ingredients that target muscle recovery and provide electrolytes.

VAMPT, a Canadian company that produces and distributes innovative beverages, has introduced a new kind of beer which they're calling a “Recovery Ale” and marketing as a sports drink.

Lean Machine Ale is specially-formulated to contain a propriety mix of nutrients to support recovery after a workout. The key ingredients include L-gutamine, protein, sodium and potassium, vitamin C, and zinc – nutrients that aid in muscle recovery and replenishment of antioxidants. The gluten-free ale contains no caffeine, 77 calories, 2.5G of carbs, low sugar, and only has 0.5 percent alcohol by volume.

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