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I had emailed jack daniels questioning about their country cocktails. This is what they sent back, thought i would post it in case anyone else out there may have questioned this product

In Pennsylvania, as well as a few other states, we have two different

versions of our Country Cocktails. The spirits-based beverages are sold

in liquor stores and come in 7-ounce bottles. It is generally accepted

that spirits-based products are gluten free, but with the addition of

sweeteners in Country Cocktails, there is always the chance that some

contamination could occur between wheat grains and those used to produce

the sweeteners.

We also sell the malt-based Country Cocktails, and these come in

10-ounce bottles and are found in grocery stores or wherever beer is sold.

Anyone with concerns about gluten should usually avoid malt-based


I hope this helps. Thanks again for writing.


Kiernan and your friends at Jack Daniel's


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