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Berea restaurant wins PETA recognition for its vegan wings

Boss ChickNBeer was named one of the best in the country.
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Vegan wings from Boss ChickNBeer in Berea, Ohio.

CLEVELAND — People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has searched the country for the top 10 vegan wings just in time for Super Bowl LV.

Boss ChicknBeer in Berea made PETA's top ten best wing list for their battered cauliflower and smoked vegan wings. Several sauces, including Seasonal Habanero, BBQ, Lemon Pepper Buffalo, and Vegan Ranch, are available to accompany the wings.

PETA says that for every person who chooses a vegan diet, 200 animals are saved every year. The organization also says veganism shrinks your carbon footprint and can reduce the likelihood of future pandemics. SARS, swine flu, and COVID-19 have all been traced back to, or likely came from, killing animals for food, according to PETA.

“Boss ChicknBeer makes some of the best vegan wings in the game and wins an extra point from PETA for its additional 100% vegan menu,” says PETA Executive Vice President Tracy Reiman. “The eateries on our list make it easier than ever to enjoy delicious Super Bowl snacks that leave gentle birds in peace.”

Many of the restaurant's vegan offerings are also gluten-free.

Boss ChicknBeer offers other vegan menu options like fries, fried Brussels sprouts, vegan mac n cheese, fried pickle chips, a vegan zucchini dog, and chili just to name a few.

They are located at 120 Front Street in Berea. Curbside pickup is available.

Other winners on PETA best vegan chicken wing list include the Drumstick Plate from Vegan International Co. in Tampa, Florida; the Seitan Wings from Double Wide Grill in Pittsburgh; and the Crispy Cauliwings from I-tal Garden in New Orleans.