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To all of my gluten-free beer collegues, my son-in-law recently served me a labeled Gluten Free beer named "Daura" from Spain, sold at a liquor store. The bottles had a bottle neck circular labled Gluten Free Beer, the beer had no referenced in the regular label stating what the beer was composed of other than in small print, stating it was certified to contain gluten content content below 6PPM.

How did this get through as labeled Gluten Free Beer? We'll I got sick on this beer, and obviously, I will stick to Redbridge and Becks, made from sorghum grain. Just wondering if anyone else has gotten sick or tried this beer?

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Beck's is not gluten free.

To all of my gluten-free beer collegues, my son-in-law recently served me a labeled Gluten Free beer named "Daura" from Spain, sold at a liquor store. The bottles had a bottle neck circular labled Gluten Free Beer, the beer had no referenced in the regular label stating what the beer was composed of other than in small print, stating it was certified to contain gluten content content below 6PPM.

How did this get through as labeled Gluten Free Beer? We'll I got sick on this beer, and obviously, I will stick to Redbridge and Becks, made from sorghum grain. Just wondering if anyone else has gotten sick or tried this beer?

Doug

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Beck's is not gluten free.

Sorry Savvvyseller, I really meant Bards Gluten Free. What do you like?

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I think Bards is the best of the bunch, although I'm looking forward to trying Dogfish Head's new certified gluten-free ale that's coming out next month.

Sorry Savvvyseller, I really meant Bards Gluten Free. What do you like?

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Hubby will be happy to hear that about Dogfish Head--they make good beer. :)

Green's is good, but pricey. Bard's is our fav. (except we are thinking it is time for home brew at the price of this stuff. :rolleyes: ) He brewed his own before my DX--need to replace some equipment first.

If you like cider, he said to tell you Woodchuck is decent--- as is Longbow.

Cheers!

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This beer is brewed with barley and they make that claim that the gluten is mostly removed in the process. They claim it is tested and is below the 6PPM level which is well below the 20PPM requirement in the US.

With that all said I had it twice and it made me sick both times so it is off my list.

Mike's Lemonade in making the same claim with it's products and have even listed two as Gluten Free on the box. They claim they are all gluten-free since the same process is used with all their products but only list the two varieties that have been tested. I drank the lite lemonade last summer and did not get sick.

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DAURA BEER MADE ME SO SICK. Definitely, definitely glutened. Consider yourself warned.

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