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Stephanie kate

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  1. Thanks for the replies guys! It waa koppaberg strawberry and lime flavour. It may be corn or sugar I'm thinking it may be time to hang up my drinking shoes
  2. Morning guys! Ok project alcohol experiment - last night I had three bottled ciders with straw! Kept to the same straw and this morning... you guessed it!! Poorly lady!! Gluten trace couldn't have been the problem... so perhaps the sugar levels or just alcohol in general! I shall try...
  3. JMG I have never laughed so hard! This was the best epic comment I've read! Thankyou so much! Your all teaching me so much! Love the 'my glass to go' idea!! I will be adopting this... can't believe the mucky glasses we must be drinking from! Shocking! Im still baffled how so many people...
  4. Wow guys just read all the replies Thankyou all so much!!! There are so many things you've all said that has triggered a light bulb in my little head! The glasses may not be clean!! I will put this to a test. One night I'll stick to bottles of cider (double checked are gluten-free) ...
  5. Hey Matt thanks for your reply fellow Brit! I this is very interesting... I am very sensitive to cross contamination... e.g. A sieve wasn't washed properly when I lived at my mums so when I had drained my gluten-free pasta .. I hadn't even eaten the dish before I started to pass out and go...
  6. Hey guys im from the UK and this site is really helpful for me. I've been diagnosed with Coeliac disease (uk spelling) for 5 years now and I slowly became dairy intolerant, which makes sense and I live with this now... but now alcohol has turned on me. I don't drink often and I don't drink...