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Gluten free alcohol choices

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I just read through your article regarding gluten free alcohol choices - this was so helpful! I just wanted to clarify that when you list the brands of alcohol made with gluten containing ingredients, are these brands confirmed to not have added gluten back in after distillation? I'm assuming so but have also learned never to assume when it comes to gluten! I live in Canada and reading labels on alcohol isn't often helpful as they don't usually list the ingredients. 

I have learned so much from this website and appreciate all the knowledge you provide. 

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