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i turn 21 in 21 days so im trying to get a list going of the hard A brands that everyone drinks so iknow what to go out and get for my party

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Hey Lister - happy birthday.

Just wanted to tell you to be careful, as you have had so many stomach issues, perhaps alcohol wouldn't be the best idea. Not trying to tell you what to do - just don't want to see you hurt.

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Hi Lister,

I have no idea about your stomach issues, sorry. I will dispense with the be careful, have a designated driver and all that. I am sure you know that already. I have checked on a few alcohols here is what I found out. Bacardi rums safe, Woodchuck hard apple cider, Makers Mark whiskey, and Midori liquer.

Hez

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its 21 days until my birthday so i figure that will give me a lil more time for my stomic to heal all the way, i remmber reading that some liquour is not safe so i was just checking before i go out and get like smirnoff twist or something like that, i used to drink that like water before i quit drinking about a year ago

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its 21 days until my birthday so i figure that will give me a lil more time for my stomic to heal all the way, i remmber reading that some liquour is not safe so i was just checking before i go out and get like smirnoff twist or something like that, i used to drink that like water before i quit drinking about a year ago

I hate to rain on your parade but IMHO your stomach is going to take a lot longer to heal than 21 days. Couldn't you postpone the celebration for a while? Alcohol can be very irritating. Just wanted to put in my 2 cents. Have a Happy Birthday no matter what you decide.

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I'm glad to see you're feeling better and looking forward to things. I see you're already aware of beer and malt based liquor drinks. It seems to be trial and error with each individual. Me - I'm strictly tequila. Bourbon, whiskey and scotch are supposedly safe, but give me wicked wicked hangovers - even before I developed celiac. Vodka sometimes leaves me a little "icky" but not bad. Rum is okay. Have fun! Let us know how it was after you, uh, recover.

Annette.

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I am still learning the ins and outs myself.. the only thing I drink out right now is wine. I was never a hard liquor drinker, I liked my occasional cold beer. Ho hum..

Well either way.. Have a very Happy Birthday!! ;)

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Happy Birthday! Personally, I say have a great time. Be safe, but as long as you avoid gluten, I can't imagine one night of drinking is going to do you a lot of harm. It isn't the best thing for you, but we still have to have fun even when we are recovering. I still remember my 21st birthday and I don't think it would have been the same if I was sober.

Does anyone know if flavored vodka is gluten-free? I'm specifically wondering about Stoli. I can't find an email address or phone number anywhere for them. I just don't know if the flavoring is gluten-free, since I know the plain vodka is ok.

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Happy Birthday! Personally, I say have a great time. Be safe, but as long as you avoid gluten, I can't imagine one night of drinking is going to do you a lot of harm. It isn't the best thing for you, but we still have to have fun even when we are recovering. I still remember my 21st birthday and I don't think it would have been the same if I was sober.

Does anyone know if flavored vodka is gluten-free? I'm specifically wondering about Stoli. I can't find an email address or phone number anywhere for them. I just don't know if the flavoring is gluten-free, since I know the plain vodka is ok.

Many of the vodka mixer drinks are not actually made with vodka but just the fermented mash since they would only add water later anyway.

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I also recommend being careful...you'll have plenty of time ahead for a few drinks. I would wait till your system has time to heal and get back up to par. When the time comes this info should be helpful: http://www.celiac.com/st_prod.html?p_prodi...-22106592297.2a

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