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Is Hype Energy Drink Vegan? (Revealed)

Is Hype Energy Drink Vegan? (Revealed)

Hype energy drink contains 120 calories, 80mg of caffeine, and 28g of sugar in each 250ml can. It’s also equipped with amino acids and B vitamins.

Hype energy drink is created to give you a temporary boost on your performance. It’s certainly an effective formula that has earned its spot as a top drink in the motorsports industry.

But the question is, is Hype fit for all kinds of diets and lifestyles? Especially the vegan lifestyle which strictly declares animal byproducts as a no-no? 

According to the FAQ section of their official website, Hype energy drink is dairy-free, Halal, gluten-free, and suitable for vegans.

It means you can definitely add Hype energy drink to your vegan diet.

To know more about Hype’s contents, read on! 

What is Hype Made Of?

Basically, Hype contents are not that far from what typical energy drinks use. It also has artificial colors and preservatives with a mixture of some vitamins. 

In the next sections, I’ll discuss its nutrition facts and ingredients.

Nutrition Facts

Before we go deeper into how vegan it is, take a look at this table below:

Standard ValuesAmount per Serving
Total Carbohydrates30g
This table shows what and how much you can get from Hype. 


Here are other ingredients you can find in a can of Hype. 

  • Carbonated water
  • Sugar
  • E330 – Citric Acid
  • Taurine
  • Sodium citrate
  • Caramel sugar syrup
  • Caffeine 
  • Vitamins: B2, B3, B5, B6, and B12
Label of Hype
Nutrition facts of Hype energy drink

Caffeine in Hype

Each serving of Hype energy drink has around 80mg of caffeine. As you may notice, this is a modest amount of caffeine to have in a 250ml can.

If regularly consume coffee, you can surely fit a can of Hype energy drink into your diet. Each cup of coffee contains around 80-100mg of caffeine. That’s why Hype energy drink can easily replace your usual cup of coffee.

As the caffeine amount is pretty low, I don’t think you’ll be experiencing any caffeine-related problems unless you are highly sensitive to caffeine. 

If you happen to consume over 400mg of caffeine, you might experience adverse effects such as:

  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Muscle Tremors
  • Tiredness
  • Palpitations

Sugar in Hype

The sugar content of Hype is 28g, which is quite a high amount.

According to this article, you must limit your sugar intake to 24g if you’re a woman and 36g if you’re a moderately active man. 

As the sugar content of Hype is quite close to the daily limits, remember to avoid consuming any other sugary products throughout the day.

Also, going over the daily limit can make you suffer from the following side effects:

  • Hunger
  • Irritability
  • Fatigue
  • Headaches
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Excess sweat
  • Discomfort
  • Anxiety

The 30g carbohydrate in Hype can also lead to a sugar crash. The symptoms of sugar crashes may include shakiness, fast heartbeat, weakness, nausea, and other problems.

On average, you can feel sugar crash within four hours. You can also eat the following to counter its effects:

  • Nuts and
  • Okra
  • Flax seeds
  • Beans 
  • Kimchi

You can also try the sugar-free variant of Hype energy drink to avoid experiencing any sugar-related problems from the beverage.

Calories In Hype Energy

You can get 120 calories in a single can of Hype, which is pretty high.

According to the NHS, you need to take around 2000 calories per day if you’re a woman and 2500 calories if you’re a man. If you happen to take much more than these levels, it can cause you to gain extra weight.

If you’re a vegan and planning to lose weight, you should only take between 1,600 to 1,800 calories daily. Be sure you have a go signal from your doctor if you prefer to try this diet. Because it seems like not everybody can handle it. 

You should consider the sugar-free version of Hype energy drink as it doesn’t contain any calories.

What B Vitamins Do Vegans Take?

According to this article, vegans must get enough vitamin B12. Lucky for you, Hype Energy has lots of B Vitamins. 

Having B vitamin deficiency can negatively affect your immune system. This is because this element helps protein metabolism and the formation of transporting your red blood cells. 

Do you want to know more about vitamin B12? Watch this video below.

This video will show you how important vitamin B12 is for vegans.

In the same way, vitamin B6 or pyridoxine can also help the function of your metabolism and immune system. 

On the other hand, you can get Vitamin B2 or riboflavin from plants or animal products like dairy, eggs, fish, and meat. As a vegan, you should take at least a couple of good plant-based sources of riboflavin each day. This vitamin helps your body transform food into energy. 

Aside from B vitamins, it’s also essential that you get enough zinc, iron, and calcium

Where to Buy Hype?

Hype energy drink is widely available in convenience stores. But if it happens to be unavailable due to high demand, you can order from their website.

If you’re looking for a platform wherein you can choose your own sets or bundles, you can also order from Amazon

Hype Energy Drink Price 

When it comes to the price, Hype energy isn’t that expensive. You can have a regular version of Hype for only around $1 per 250ml can. 

On the other hand, I bought the Hype sugar-free version for $3.50 per can at a convenience store. This one isn’t cheap. This certainly isn’t the most affordable option out there, compared to my favorite brand, which I can buy for only around $1 per sachet. 

Hype Energy Flavors 

If you’re looking for something exciting to drink, you’ll be glad to know that Hype offers lots of amazing flavors. The flavors include:

  • Hype Energy Twisted
  • Hype Energy Mojito
  • Hype Energy Ice Berry Max
  • Hype Energy Twisted (Tropical Punch)
  • Hype Energy Enlite (Zero-Sugar)
  • Hype Energy MFP ( Zero-Sugar)
  • Hype Energy MFP ( Non-sugared version)

Alternative Energy Drinks

For more vegan energy drinks, check out my separate article at this link. I’ve also listed down below a few, including my favorite!

GG GamerSupps

GG GamerSupps can upgrade your performance because of its 100mg of caffeine. It’s sugar-free with no calories!

It uses acesulfame K and sucralose to make up for its lack of sugar. It also has L-Theanine, L-Tyrosine, and Choline Bitartrate that takes good care of your eye health. Apart from that, they’re also good for your muscles!

It has electrolytes in the form of potassium, so rest assured the lost fluid in your body will be replaced in no time. Its nootropics elements make it a perfect fit for you if you’re a vegan!


I believe G Fuel Powder is not new to your ear, with it being a very popular brand. 

G Fuel has just 25 calories and 150mg of caffeine. Unlike Hype, this one is sugar-free. And it’s also available in cans and sachets.

It has taurine, L- Tyrosine, and choline bitartrate to enhance your focus and improve your concentration.

While this beverage was designed for gamers, you can use it for your daily jogs too.

REIZE (The Best)

REIZE is good for vegans too. Plus, it has a much lower caffeine content than Hype. With only 50mg of caffeine, you are sure to carry on with your day without feeling jittery. 

It comes in a convenient 4g powdered sachet that you can just take with you anywhere. The good thing about this is it’s sugar-free. In Hype, the sugar content might make you worry a lot, and stress is not suitable for the body. 

It also has only 11 calories that won’t negatively affect your diet. Aside from that, it has many nutrients in the form of vitamin B, ginseng, and taurine. 

You can get REIZE for only around $1, and you can even have your orders shipped straight to your door.

So try REIZE now and discover the best energy drink!

REIZE Sachet poured in a glass
REIZE sachet poured in a glass

Other Notable Mentions


Hype energy drink is a great choice if you’re looking for something new in your vegan diet. It sure has enough amount of caffeine and taurine with a mix of other nutrients. 

Its B vitamins can surely benefit your body’s overall health. Although I might say, it lacks common energy drinks ingredients like creatine and L-Tyrosine. 

However, while it’s beneficial for your workout, the 28g of sugar on it is something you have to think about thoroughly. Consuming that amount regularly might lead to some harmful effects on your body. 

Anyway, you can try Hype energy drink if you want to, but for me, REIZE is still the best option!