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Gluten Free Beer

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hi all and happy thanks giving for tomorrow, i have too questions my first is has anyone tryed the gluten free beer my local supermarket where i go each week to pick up my wine says he is trying to get me some, but am weary to try it , so want to know if anyone has and was they ok with it. also i got a turkey yesterday and it says broth but not whats in the broth. are these usually safe to eat? the company gives us one each year but its a 20lb turkey and theys only 3 of us so i usually donate it to the resue center but my parents are coming for xmas so i thought i could use it then, any ideas about turkeys that contain broth liz

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liz-

what kind of turkey is it? typically what contains gluten is the gravy packet packaged with the turkey...but you need to be sure...

what kind of beer? bards i have had, and it is pretty good. ramapo is also gluten-free, but i have not had that. if you are looking for a gluten-free alcohol, i also recommend a cider, like strongbow...love it!

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liz-

what kind of turkey is it?  typically what contains gluten is the gravy packet packaged with the turkey...but you need to be sure...

what kind of beer?  bards i have had, and it is pretty good.  ramapo is also gluten-free, but i have not had that.  if you are looking for a gluten-free alcohol, i also recommend a cider, like strongbow...love it!

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so ciders gluten free i didnt know that and i love cider esecaliy as am british and we drink alot of it over there espeacily woodpeckers

i will need to get some of that thanks

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lizzy--pls NOTE, not all ciders are gluten-free. i suggest you always check. manufacturers can have different practices. some i know to be safe are woodchuck and strongbow. one i know is not safe is hornsby's... maybe this gluten-free alcohol list below will help you too: http://www.celiac.com/st_prod.html?p_prodid=271

http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/mostof_coeliac3.shtml

http://www.celiac.com/st_prod.html?p_prodid=271

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Whoa!!!

NOT ALL CIDERS ARE GLUTEN FREE!!!!

MAKE SURE YOU ASK THE COMPANY

Hornsby's has gluten and I think Woodpecker does too......

UK GLUTEN FREE BEERS

In the UK you'll find "Green's Gluten Free Beer" in three styles -- beer, lager, and stout.

The UK's Fine Ale Club mentions an item number 113, "Against the Grain," which they describe in this manner:

4.5% ABV Britain’s first Gluten Free Beer (gluten 12ppm) smooth creamy, good head and full flavoured indistinguishable from a normal bitter.

And Hambleton Ales claims to have "the first British brewed gluten and wheat free beer."

Try googling each one....

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If the turkey doesn't clearly list wheat or barley, it's gluten-free.

As for Woodchuck cider, this is straight from the FAQ on their website:

"Yes. Woodchuck Draft Cider is gluten free."

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