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Beast Sports Nutrition Creature Creatine Powder Review

Beast Sports Nutrition Creature is available in 7 different flavours, including citrus, grape, and pink lemonade, with 60 servings in a 300 g tub.

But 2g of carbs means you’re left with just 3025 mg of creatine. So how does this compare to an all-in-one creatine like MuscleTech Cell Tech, which offers 38 g of carbs, 10 g of creatine monohydrate, and 5 g of amino acids per serving?

Beast Sports actually use a Creature Advanced Creatine Matrix, which is a blend of 9 ingredients, with 5 different types of creatine. This includes creatine monohydrate, buffered Crea-Trona creatine, and creatine alpha-ketoglutarate (AKG).

In this review we’ll take a look at the science behind the ingredients, compare Beast Sports Creature to other top rated creatine powders, and recommend some advanced supplement stacks to maximise your strength, muscle size, and recovery. This will guarantee you only buy the best creatine for your fitness goals and budget.

Beast Sports Nutrition Creature ingredients

Beast Sports Creature ingredients

Beast Sports Creature is completely unique in the combination of creatine it offers. But how does the price of their Advanced Creatine Matrix compare to a standard creatine supplement with 5 g of monohydrate?

As with any supplement, if it’s something you plan on taking for a longer period of time (3 months+) we always recommend buying the larger tub where possible. Fortunately Beast Sports goes up to a 600 g tub, which offers a 50%+ saving over the 150 g tub.

But even with this saving, you’re looking at a cost-per-serving that’s more than 3 times the price of Optimum Nutrition and other leading brands ($0.32 at time of writing). You’re also getting a fraction of the creatine monohydrate (less than 3 g).

So is there any science backing up the other forms of creatine, or should you stick with a pure monohydrate?

Creapure® Creatine Monohydrate

On the plus side, you’re getting the purest form of creatine available. Creapure® is manufactured by a company called AlzChem, based in Germany. Their formula gives you a purity of 99.95% per serving.

There are countless studies showing the positive benefits of creatine for increasing strength and lean muscle mass. This includes one by Volek et al that shows an 8% greater increase in bench press and squat strength compared to placebo.

Participants consumed 25 g of monohydrate per day for 1 week (loading phase), followed by 5 g per day for 11 weeks (maintenance phase). In addition to greater strength gains, the creatine group also experienced significantly more muscle mass.

Crea-Trona® buffered creatine

This is actually a double buffered form of the ultrapure Creapure® creatine, also produced by AlzChem.

The buffering process is believed to increase creatine stability and absorption over a longer period of time. Because of this increased absorption and limited conversion to creatinine, a smaller 3 g serving per day is recommended.

Creatine MagnaPower®

MagnaPower® is magnesium creatine chelate, which is designed to increase anabolid activity by boosting ATP regeneration. Unfortunately we’re yet to find an independent peer-reviewed study of this form of creatine, and can only find limited evidence from its founder, Albion Human Nutrition.

Best Sports Creature isn’t the only supplement to use this form of creatine. Rich Piana’s 5% Nutrition Kill It pre-workout powder also contains a dose, but recommended serving size is difficult to establish, as it’s often grouped with other forms of creatine in a blend.

Creatine Alpha-Ketoglutarate 2:1

Again there’s limited evidence to show creatine AKG has an additional benefits over monohydrate, and no studies that we could find. It’s formed by combining alpha-ketoglutaric acid (AKG) and creatine.

Creatine Anhydrous

Creatine monohydrate without the water molecule, creatine anhydrous doesn’t offer any additional benefits, with hardly any scientific evidence available.

Allergen warning: This product was produced in a facility that may also process ingredients containing milk, eggs, soybeans, shellfish, fish, tree nuts, wheat and peanuts.

Beast Sports Nutrition Creature Creatine Powder

Beast Sports Creature – Product Summary

  • Quick dissolve powder
  • Fast-acting formula
  • Stimulates lean muscle
  • Boosts endurance
  • Fuels muscle growth and strength

Health benefits of creatine

For a comprehensive list of creatine health benefits, we recommend taking a look at our Creatine Buying Guide.

Post-workout or pre-workout?

Recommended use

As a dietary supplement, take one scoop with 6-8 oz. of water, 30 minutes prior to workout and again 30 minutes after workout. On non-workout days, take one scoop with 6-8 oz. of water in the morning and again in the evening. Always take with plenty of water.

Mixability and taste

Flavors:

  • Beast Punch
  • Blue Raspberry
  • Cherry Limeade
  • Citrus
  • Grape
  • Pink Lemonade
  • Unflavored

Creature Creatine vs. BSN Creatine DNA

Beast Sports Creature
BSN Creatine DNA

Creatine per serving: 3 g
Creatine per serving: 5.15 g

Type of creatine: Creapure®
Type of creatine: Monohydrate

Container size: 600 g
Container size: 309 g

Cost per serving: $0.32
Cost per serving: $0.22

Creature Creatine vs. MuscleTech Cell Tech

Beast Sports Creature
MuscleTech Cell Tech

Creatine per serving: 3 g
Creatine per serving: 5 g

Type of creatine: Creapure®
Type of creatine:

Container size: 600 g
Container size: 2744 g

Cost per serving: $0.32
Cost per serving: $0.70

What size is the best value?

With a serving size of 5 grams, each tub provides you with either 30, 60 or 120 servings. Following the recommended dose

At the time of writing this review, the best value for money comes from the 600g. Each serving was priced at $0.32, compared to $0.83 per serving for the smallest 150g tub. That’s why we always recommend calculating the average cost per serving, across all sizes, before making a final buying decision.

Save money with Amazon

If you’re looking to save money on your monthly supplement order, you might want to consider the Amazon Subscribe & Save program.

Subscribe & Save allows you to unlock savings of up to 15% on a wide range of sports nutrition products, including Beast Sports Creature (selected sizes only).

You can save 5% with a subscription to 1 product, or save the full 15% by subscribing to 5 products, provided they’re all delivered to the same address. The delivery schedule can be set from monthly, up to once every 6 months.

Although 5 products might sound a lot, if you already supplement with a protein powder, multivitamin, creatine, BCAA, and glutamine, the savings can soon add up. But it’s best to order before you run out of your current supplements, because Amazon set the day of the month each order is sent (same day each month e.g. 14th.).

Who are Beast Sports Nutrition?

Beast Sports Nutrition offer a range of high quality supplements designed to help you gain muscle, increase strength, lower recovery times, and improve your overall fitness.

In 2012 and 2013 Beast was awarded Breakout Brand of the Year from Bodybuilding.com, while their Creature creatine won supplement of the year in 2014 and 2015. Their Aminolytes electrolytes matrix, 2 Shredded Capsules, and Gargantua Weight Gain protein powder were also nominated.

What sets Beast Sports Nutrition apart from other supplement companies is the way they combine their ingredients.

Whereas Bulk Supplements specializes in pure, single-ingredient products, Beast combines multiple types into a single formula. A great example of this is Creature, which uses a blend containing five advanced forms of creatine; monohydrate, Di-Creatine Malate, Creatine Anhydrous, buffered creatine (Crea-Trona), and Creatine Gluconate.

The full Beast product line includes fat burners, BCAAs, protein powder, pre-workout powder, BCAAs, and omega 3 fish oils.

Creatine Powder Buying Guide

Beast Sports Nutrition Creature is available in 7 different flavours, including citrus, grape, and pink lemonade, with 60 servings in a 300 g tub. But 2g of carbs means you're left with just 3025 mg of creatine. So how does this compare to an all-in-one creatine like MuscleTech Cell Tech, which offers 38 g of carbs, 10 g of creatine monohydrate, and 5 g of amino acids per serving? Beast Sports actually use a Creature Advanced Creatine Matrix, which is a blend of 9 ingredients, with 5 different types of creatine. This includes creatine monohydrate, buffered Crea-Trona creatine, and creatine…

Review Overview

Overall Review Rating

4.5 / 5

Beast Sports Creature is similar to BPI Sports Best Creatine, but with 5 types of creatine instead of 6, and a smaller serving size (3 g vs. 4 g). For the smallest tub size you’re also looking at a big difference in price, although this evens out once you get up to the 600 g tub ($0.32 per serving for each product).

You’re also getting no betaine anhydrous in this product, whereas Best Creatine includes 500 mg per serving. That’s why we’re unable to recommend Creature creatine over the supplement from BPI Sports, even though it’s the only one of the two to use Creapure® creatine.

That being said, you’ll still find hundreds of highly rated reviews on Amazon for the Beast Sports creatine. It does have some nice advantages, such as being available in a variety of flavors and tub sizes.

But for us, the smaller dose of creatine and lack of any other ingredients for increasing strength is a tipping point. Still an excellent supplement, but BPI Sports Best Creatine is better in our opinion unless you prefer a flavored variety.