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#61 RadcliffePotter

 
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Posted 10 January 2009 - 05:45 PM

Hey guys, here's some more information for you:
1) DeKyuper Sour Apple Schnapps is gluten free and delicious. For those of you who like fruitier drinks, this is a great option. Some people think it's a little too sour, but personally, I don't think that it's really any more sour than the usual "sour" taste that can come with alcohol.
2) Jagermeister is also gluten free. The flavoring in it comes from anise seeds, so it does taste a bit like licorice. Now, personally, I hate black licorice, but if you mix Jagermeister with Mountain Dew or Sprite, it's good and far less licorice-y, though there is still a licorice after taste.
3) Smirnoff Ices are NOT GLUTEN FREE. Though distilled alcohols are fine for MOST celiac's (and I stress "most" here), the malt base in Smirnoff ices are added in after the distillation, making it NOT gluten free. Smirnoff Ices made in Canada are not made with the final malt mix and thus are gluten free. But Smirnoff Ices in America are NOT gluten free!
Hope this helps!
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Posted 20 January 2009 - 01:41 PM

www.glutenfreedrinks.com is great resource :)
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Posted 23 January 2009 - 08:35 AM

I just got back from a semester in Ireland and they have hard cider everywhere--gluten free and delicious! I've found some here in the states, not quite the same but still really good. I like wood chuck and magners
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Posted 27 January 2009 - 07:09 AM

now i am in college and was just recently diagnosed w/ gluten intolerant and was wondering now since no more beers what kind of alcohol other people with this disease drink thanks



YOU DONT HAVE TO DRINK BEER IN COLLEGE!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Posted 27 January 2009 - 07:55 AM

YOU DONT HAVE TO DRINK BEER IN COLLEGE!!!!!!!!!!!!



No you don't, but when questions are asked here, we try to be helpful and answer them.

The post you quoted was over four years old. Rossi has most likely graduated and off into the world. Bet he figured it out. ;)
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Posted 27 January 2009 - 07:36 PM

I hit the vodkas and wines, even thought im a guy.

When im out I tend to try strange variations of shots considering most shots i tink are gluten free
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Posted 27 January 2009 - 08:13 PM

YOU DONT HAVE TO DRINK BEER IN COLLEGE!!!!!!!!!!!!

No, you don't. Rum and Coke makes an excellent, gluten-free alternative. :ph34r:
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Posted 26 August 2009 - 09:38 PM

Hello folks I got something very nice! i send a message to the diageo company (Johnywalker, captain morgan, etc)
asking for a list of their gluten-free products and here what I receive:
August 19, 2009

Dear Mr. Xavier Racine-Béchard,

Thank you for taking time to contact Diageo. Your feedback is important to us.

We would like to provide a list of gluten free products however as this relates to a
medical condition we would recommend consulting a physician prior to consuming
alcohol products.

GINS
Booths
Gordons
Gordons Citrus
Gordons Wildberry
Popov
Tanqueray Gin & Rangpur

READY-TO-DRINK COCKTAILS

T.G.I. Friday's On The Rocks Censored on the Beach
Long Island Ice Tea
Margarita
Mudslide
Pina Colada
Strawberry Daiquiri
White Russian

The Club Cocktails
Brass Monkey
Censored on the Beach
Gin Martini
Long Island Ice Tea
Manhattan
Margarita
Mudslide
Pina Colada
Screwdriver
Tom Collins
Vodka Martini
Whiskey Sour

SCOTCH

Johnnie Walker (all)
George Dickel
Crown Royal
Seagram's 7
Seagram's VO
Bulleit Bourbon
Crawfords
Bulloch Lade
Five Star

BLENDERS

All Jose Cuervo Blenders
Authentic Margarita Mix
Lime Margarita Mix
Strawberry Margarita Mix

T.G.I. Friday's Blenders
Amaretto Mudslide
Margarita
Mudslide
Orange Dream
Pina Colada
Strawberry Shortcake
Raspberry Chiller
Vanilla Caramel Swirl

LIQUEURS AND SPECIALITIES
Black Haus Blackberry Schnapps
Rumple Minze Peppermint Schnapps
Goldschlager

RUM
Captain Morgan (all rums, but not the flavored malt beverages)

TEQUILAS
Jose Cuervo Especial
Jose Cuervo Clasico
Jose Cuervo Tradicional
Reserva de la Familia de Jose Cuervo

VODKAS
Ciroc
Gordons
Popov
Relska
Smirnoff

Once again, thank you for contacting Diageo.

Sincerely,

Suzanne M.
Diageo Consumer Representative

Please enjoy our fine wines, spirits and beers responsibly - refer to www.b4udrink.org

Check out www.thebar.com for fabulous drink recipes, party ideas and more
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#69 Jill89

 
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Posted 28 August 2009 - 12:16 PM

Hello folks I got something very nice! i send a message to the diageo company (Johnywalker, captain morgan, etc)
asking for a list of their gluten-free products and here what I receive:
August 19, 2009

Dear Mr. Xavier Racine-Béchard,

Thank you for taking time to contact Diageo. Your feedback is important to us.

We would like to provide a list of gluten free products however as this relates to a
medical condition we would recommend consulting a physician prior to consuming
alcohol products.

GINS
Booths
Gordons
Gordons Citrus
Gordons Wildberry
Popov
Tanqueray Gin & Rangpur

READY-TO-DRINK COCKTAILS

T.G.I. Friday's On The Rocks Censored on the Beach
Long Island Ice Tea
Margarita
Mudslide
Pina Colada
Strawberry Daiquiri
White Russian

The Club Cocktails
Brass Monkey
Censored on the Beach
Gin Martini
Long Island Ice Tea
Manhattan
Margarita
Mudslide
Pina Colada
Screwdriver
Tom Collins
Vodka Martini
Whiskey Sour

SCOTCH

Johnnie Walker (all)
George Dickel
Crown Royal
Seagram's 7
Seagram's VO
Bulleit Bourbon
Crawfords
Bulloch Lade
Five Star

BLENDERS

All Jose Cuervo Blenders
Authentic Margarita Mix
Lime Margarita Mix
Strawberry Margarita Mix

T.G.I. Friday's Blenders
Amaretto Mudslide
Margarita
Mudslide
Orange Dream
Pina Colada
Strawberry Shortcake
Raspberry Chiller
Vanilla Caramel Swirl

LIQUEURS AND SPECIALITIES
Black Haus Blackberry Schnapps
Rumple Minze Peppermint Schnapps
Goldschlager

RUM
Captain Morgan (all rums, but not the flavored malt beverages)

TEQUILAS
Jose Cuervo Especial
Jose Cuervo Clasico
Jose Cuervo Tradicional
Reserva de la Familia de Jose Cuervo

VODKAS
Ciroc
Gordons
Popov
Relska
Smirnoff

Once again, thank you for contacting Diageo.

Sincerely,

Suzanne M.
Diageo Consumer Representative

Please enjoy our fine wines, spirits and beers responsibly - refer to www.b4udrink.org

Check out www.thebar.com for fabulous drink recipes, party ideas and more


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Posted 05 September 2009 - 03:08 PM

:D O THANK GOD!



WAIT!!!
not all are safe!
flavored vodkas need some checking up on. I know that all flavored smirnoff vodkas are NOT gluten free.
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Posted 05 September 2009 - 03:18 PM

Is Rye Whiskey Gluten Free? Any particular brand that you know of for sure?
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Posted 05 September 2009 - 05:08 PM

Is Rye Whiskey Gluten Free? Any particular brand that you know of for sure?

Maybe. It depends on a lot of imprecise things.

Rye whiskey is made from a mash that is at least 51 percent rye. Rye is a grain that contains gluten. Whiskey is distilled from the fermented mash.

Does distillation remove the gluten? Depends on who you ask. Most experts agree that the gluten molecule is too large to evaporate, and thus can not possibly make it into the distillate. Others say that fragments of the molecule can, and can cause symptoms in some celiacs.

You must consider the arguments on both sides, and make a decision which is right for you.

For what it is worth, I occasionally drink rye, and other grain alcohols, and have not had any problems.
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#73 larry mac

 
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Posted 05 September 2009 - 09:13 PM

Irregardless of distillation reservations (which I don't believe in anyway), all tequilas should be gluten-free. 100% agave tequilas, by law, are made from only agaves, and non 100% agave tequilas (mixtos) are made from 51% agave and 49% cane sugar. Mixtos can contain colorings and flavorings however.

I've never had a problem with any distilled spirits. I guess you could say I've never met a booze I didn't like! :rolleyes:

best regards, lm
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Posted 06 September 2009 - 12:13 PM

Here's an article on distillation from Celiac.com (yes this site) written by a chemist (PhD) with Celiac Disease.

http://www.celiac.co...Free/Page1.html
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colonoscopy, upper GI
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Posted 08 September 2009 - 02:01 PM

Hey -- thought I'd chime in. I am fairly new to celiac disease (diagnosed in April 2009) and have been VERY rigid wrt gluten. Consequently, since day 1 I decided to only drink potato vodka and stuck with it until a cuople days ago. (btw - I have always been a vodka lover so it hasn't been so bad drinking only vodka and I've no interest in beer, gluten-free or otherwise).

Anyway, after reviewing the literature on the distillation process I decided to have some grain based vodka a few days ago. 2 hours later I was VERY sick. So I'm back to my potato vodka (Luksusowa) as I'm certain I did not gluten myslef in any other way (but who knows for sure).

KDawg

PS. IF you are a vodka lover, I recommend you stay away from Chopin. EWWWWW. lol (but to each their own)
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