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I live in San Antonio and it is true you cannot take food into sea world, I always eat before we go there, normally at Wendy's, we also have PF chang's here and they have a gluten free menu and it is very good, I hope you enjoy your trip.
This is the message I received back from Amstel, I tried the beer and did not have any reaction, I am very sensitive to Gluten and normally react within 30-45 minutes, so far so good.
Dear Ms. Johnson:
Thank you for your recent email message. We appreciate you taking time to
contact us, as we value comments from consumers. Heineken USA has been
informed by our parent company, Heineken NV, that our beer does not contain
wheat or other grain adjuncts. Our recipe contains only barley, hops,
yeast and water. Although barley has a source of gluten, the gluten
contents of our products is lower than the gluten free level.
Consequently, Amstel Light is considered gluten free.
Thank you for your interest in Heineken USA.
The customer wrote:
From: Pauline Johnson<firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 4/3/04 11:07:50 PM
Message sent from amstellight.com by Pauline Johnson.
can you tell me the ingredients in the Amstel light beer, does it contain
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