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Oh crap! I am trying a new recipe right now in the crockpot... I totally forgot that beer would be out!! Not something I think about cuz she's 7 years old, lol Guess the kids will be having something different from me tonight for dinner :unsure:

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I have used cider with good result for both beef and pork. It can be sweet and needs to be used with the appropriate seasonings though. My DH, who thinks everything benefits from having beer as an ingredient, even liked it.

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I always use Lipton Onion Soup mix, it's the only gluten-free soup Lipton has, I believe. It makes a great roast, and I've never had any problems. I bet putting some red wine in with it would give it an extra kick, I'll have to try it. :)

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I always use Lipton Onion Soup mix, it's the only gluten-free soup Lipton has, I believe. It makes a great roast, and I've never had any problems. I bet putting some red wine in with it would give it an extra kick, I'll have to try it. :)

Both Broccoli Cheddar and Creamy Chicken cup a soups are gluten-free

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I would also recommend a cider...bit sweeter but would still be good... My favorite gluten-free cider is definitely Strongbow: http://www.strongbowcider.us/ A liquor store should have them, never seen them in a grocery store.

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I would also recommend a cider...bit sweeter but would still be good... My favorite gluten-free cider is definitely Strongbow: http://www.strongbowcider.us/ A liquor store should have them, never seen them in a grocery store.

Good idea Jen! That would be pretty close to beer! Woodchuck is also gluten-free!

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I like Wood chuck too Christine--they're good. Ever had a Strongbow? Something about them is so good--I could drink like water :P

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I would also recommend a cider...bit sweeter but would still be good... My favorite gluten-free cider is definitely Strongbow: http://www.strongbowcider.us/ A liquor store should have them, never seen them in a grocery store.

so strongbow IS gluten-free?? i just picked up a can of it, but want to be sure it's gluten free before i drink!

--matt

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I like Wood chuck too Christine--they're good. Ever had a Strongbow? Something about them is so good--I could drink like water :P

No I haven't tried Strongbow! I'll have to check it out! Here in about two months I'm probably going to be really ready to try a little of that! :lol:

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No I haven't tried Strongbow! I'll have to check it out! Here in about two months I'm probably going to be really ready to try a little of that! :lol:

Yeah, a little "Welcome-Into-The-World-Baby-Celebratory" Drink!! :D

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I have a receipe here that calls for a roast to roast in beer, and of course there is no gluten-free beer available in my area. does anyone know what i could use as a substitute?

 

--matt

Matt,

maybe this will be useful.., I found a recipe of Kombucha that tastes like beer according to its creator, low in alcohol but full in flavor to drink and to use in cooking recipes.  I hope helps you.

http://www.pennilessparenting.com/2012/02/homemade-gluten-free-beer-replacement.html?m=1

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