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Anyone know if this apple cider "beerlike" drink is gluten-free offhand? Or Blue Bell?

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Hornsby says it does not consider its hard ciders gluten-free. Woodchuck and K are, and so are some others.

If you mean Blue Bell ice cream I think most are gluten-free except the obvious ones, but I would contact them to make sure before eating.

richard

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So hornsby is a no? Man I looked at that label over and over. I love hornsby and I swear I thought I did good on that purchase. Well I will email both Hornsby and Blue Bell. I was being lazy. And yes I was talking about the ice cream. I know about Ben and Jerry's but hubby doesnt feel like they compare. Thank you Richard!

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Well, I could never find an email address for Blue Bell, but I saw a gluten-free menu from a restaurant here in Tulsa, and Blue Bell ice cream was listed as a gluten-free dessert. I still eat it with no problems.

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horsby isn't gluten-free cos they use wheat in their caramel coloring

but woodchuck, strongbow, magners, bulmers, woodpecker, K, cider jack are all gluten-free

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I ended up called Blue Bell and they mailed me a WHOLE page of thier gluten-free ice creams. WOW you dont even have to give up the cameral ones!! YAY

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Sorry guys...just called E & J Gallo Winery who makes Hornsby's Hard Cider and she confirmed that there is NOT very much gluten by any means so someone who isn't really sensitive may be able to get away with it every once in a while but there is too much gluten to consider it gluten free...so its a no no for us Celiacs. If you are someone who wants to risk it and you are a Celiac but not very sensitive just remember, you may not always get sick from eating gluten but eating even just a little can do real harm on your intestines, which in turn can cause much further health problems down the road!

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