Butterbeer Is Arriving at New York City’s Official Harry Potter Flagship Store

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Enjoyed by Hogwarts students and teachers alike, the fan-favorite Butterbeer is coming to the Big Apple for the first time at New York City’s only and official Harry Potter flagship store.

Starting June 3, fans of the beloved book and movie series visiting Harry Potter New York will have a chance to try draft Butterbeer, Butterbeer ice cream, and bottled Butterbeer at New York’s one and only Butterbeer Bar.

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Guests entering the Butterbeer Bar will be in for a special treat as they are greeted by nearly 1,000 floating Butterbeer bottles, each with a unique and collectible label. Witches, Wizards, and Muggles alike can enjoy a delicious cup of Butterbeer from a souvenir tankard, Butterbeer ice cream, or a freshly poured bottle of Butterbeer to try alongside some of the unique Wizarding World-inspired treats.

Harry Potter New York

Each bottle of Butterbeer is made and crafted in the UK. Each collectible souvenir glass will have a unique label designed by MinaLima, the creative minds behind the graphic props of the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts films. The Butterbeer Bar will also be introducing a new label inspired by the Magical Congress of the United States of America seen in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. The brand-new design will be available exclusively in-store. The brand-new design representing the United States in red, white, and blue colors will feature the MCUSA and Butterbeer logos.

Harry Potter New York

That’s not all! Evanna Lynch, who played Luna Lovegood in the films, has become the first patron of Harry Potter New York’s Butterbeer Bar.

The fan-favorite drink blended with top-secret ingredients and a unique butterscotch flavor is a delicious treat for all ages and a must-try for anyone wanting the complete Harry Potter experience. 

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By Kailin
Kailin is an avid book reader, and full time nerd. When she isn't writing for Nerds and Beyond, she is writing fan fictions, online role playing with her friends and binge watching her favorite shows. Her first fandom started with Buffy The Vampire Slayer and her life was forever changed. The 100 and Supernatural are her biggest obsessions. You can find her on twitter @kailinmaurine
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