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  1. I was diagnosed celiac disease over 15 years ago and have always adhered to a strict gluten-free diet. I have never had a problem with alcohol and always am sure to drink vodkas that are at least 4 x’s distilled. With that said, I was at a club and ordered a top shelf vodka with tonic, (over 4 x’s distilled). Within 15 minutes I knew I had been glutened. I later went on the website of the distillery and it identified the vodka as handcrafted. Is anyone aware of any handcrafted processing that would add gluten back into vodka, as is done with double malted scotch?
  2. Jameson Irish whiskey, knob Creek single barrel, southern comfort original, bird dog apple flavored whiskey, captain morgan private stock, crown royal, and Maker's Mark whiskey?
  3. I got diagnosed with gastritis due to excessive alcohol use and have continued to have the gastritis for the past two months. About a month ago I started having digestive issues and some symptoms of celiacs. The GI and my PCP have said that alcohol shouldnt be affecting my system anymore because I haven't drank in two months and the inflammation in the stomach should have healed so something else is causing it. Considering celiacs or IBS. But what I'm wondering is did the excessive alcohol use trigger the celiacs to appear? I really hope not because this is really killing me and I'm thinking back to all the moments I could have chosen to not drink. Please help!
  4. Hey everyone, I'm a newly diagnosed celiac and have some social skills issues as well. While I've read other guides for how to order at restaurants, I was wondering if someone could write up specific questions to ask staff that I could use and memorize, as I'm not even sure what questions to be asking or how to phrase them the best (accurately, firmly, yet politely). Without some questions to ask, I tend to fumble my words and my needs don't get met or understood. I'd like to go out to a bar, for example, and I understand what ingredients are and aren't safe but am not sure what questions about cross contamination/shared kitchen use type stuff I should be asking. Would someone be willing to share the script they use for A.) going out to a new restaurant and B.) going to a bar? I would really appreciate the guidance. -G
  5. Anyone know if the Hey Y'all canned hard iced teas are gluten free? The ingredients look fine to me, but it doesn't specifically say, "gluten free". I looked on the website and emailed them, but no reply.
  6. Hello. I found some posts regarding Disarrono; however, the most recent post was from 2008. I'm hoping someone more recently can answer my question. The company in Italy keeps insisting that Disaronno is gluten free, and posts dating back to 2008 state that it is. Do any of you who post on this forum drink Disaronno and have no problems with it? I would truly love to hear from fellow Celiacs who do or have had Disaronno since being gluten free. I would LOVE to hear that I can enjoy this wonderful beverage again! Thank you for your feedback!
  7. Hi all, I have been gluten free for around 2months now after being diagnosed with celiac disease. I think I may have just been glutened - I had a sip of Chevas Regal Blended Scotch Whiskey while catching up with some old friends. For some reason my brain was switched off and I wasn't even thinking about gluten despite being so meticulous when it comes to my food. I don't normally drink.... Does anyone have any experience or knowledge on this particular drink? Thank you.
  8. I'm turning 21 at the end of the month and I'd like to go out to the bars with my friends. I was diagnosed with Celiac this past summer. I'm not sure though what kind of mixed drinks will be okay or what kinds of alcohol might have gluten in them. I know beer and malt liquor isn't okay...but that's about the extent of my knowledge. Does anyone who goes out have any tips for being safe at the bar as far as gluten is concerned? Any advice is greatly appreciated!
  9. Is excessive consumption of gluten-containing food a risk factor for celiac? I was wondering whether it worked on a similar principal to too much alcohol and alcoholism or sun exposure and skin cancer. I never had any of the symptoms or signs of celiac that have been documented when I was in grade school. A few years prior to being diagnosed I loved my bread and did a lot of home baking with organic unbleached flour and even added vital wheat gluten to breads and cakes. Neighbours always said that our baked items were the best they'd ever come across. This video by Joseph Murray MD at Mayo Clinic seems to sum it up well. Do you think there's a connection???
  10. Hi all. Cider is my gluten-free drink of choice, especially in the lovely fall weather. Yesterday the fiance bought some beer for himself and some Harpoon Cider for me. Harpoon labels the beer "naturally gluten free" - I've had it twice before, once before being diagnosed, and once a few months back when there was significant drinking involved. My glutening symptoms are best described as "hangover-like" - headache, digestive issues, achy body. I had 2.5 last night - pushing it for a week night, but hey, we're wedding planning, I needed something to push me through! Today I've got the symptoms of either a mild hangover or mild glutening - I've had much, much worse. Harpoon says they only use freshly pressed apples and their in-house yeast - the yeast has me worried now, that it could be a by-product of their beers. Has anyone else had similar issues? I see from googling that many sites (from a year or two ago) assert it is NOT gluten-free, but they don't explain why, and I didn't know if this had changed. The Harpoon website also notes it tests to below 20 ppm - which makes me nervous too, because why both even testing it if it's "naturally gluten free"? Appreciate anyone else's experience. I like it because it's less sweet than Angry Orchard etc, and almost has a beer-esque taste -- which maybe should have been a red flag? I'm likely going to call them later if this doesn't pass.
  11. All I had last night out of the normal was Malibu Rum and Dailey's Pina Colada mix. I am not sure if it is possible I had a reaction to this? I also ate cheesy potatoes (dairy really doesn't bother me), and some dark dove chocolates (which I eat under normal circumstances and have never had an issue). That's it.
  12. Celiac.com 11/04/2013 - The mechanisms of cerebellar degeneration associated to prolonged and excessive alcohol intake remain unclear. Additional or even alternative causes of cerebellar degeneration are often overlooked in suspected cases of alcohol-related ataxia. A team of researchers recently set out to investigate the prevalence of gluten-related serological markers in patients with alcohol-related ataxia, and to compare the pattern of brain involvement on magnetic resonance imaging between patients with alcohol and gluten ataxias. The research team included Stuart Currie, Nigel Hoggard, Matthew J. R. Clark, David S. Sanders, Iain D. Wilkinson, Paul D. Griffiths, and Marios Hadjivassiliou. They are variously affiliated with the Academic Unit of Radiology at the University of Sheffield, and with the Department of Gastroenterology, and the Department of Neurology of Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in Sheffield, United Kingdom. For their study, the team used a retrospective review of patients attending an outside clinic to identify patients diagnosed with alcohol and gluten ataxias. The team recorded HLA genotype and serological markers of gluten-related disorders. They also conducted cerebellar volumetry, MR spectroscopy and voxel-based morphometric analyses on the patients and compared the results to matched control data. Results from 904 registered patients showed 104 patients with alcohol ataxia, and 159 patients with gluten ataxia. The data also showed that 61% of the patients with alcohol ataxia, and 70% of the patients with gluten ataxia had HLA DQ2/DQ8 genotype compared to just 30% of people with healthy local blood donors. Interestingly, 44% of patients with alcohol ataxia showed antigliadin antibodies compared to 12% in the healthy local population and 10% in patients with genetically confirmed ataxias. None of the patients with alcohol ataxia and antigliadin antibodies had celiac disease, while 40% in patients with gluten ataxia had celiac disease. Patients with alcohol ataxia who had antigliadin antibodies showed patterns of structural brain abnormality that were different from gluten ataxia, but were the same as those common in alcohol ataxia. The results show that alcohol related cerebellar degeneration can trigger gluten sensitivity in certain genetically susceptible individuals. Such sensitivity might be caused directly by the cerebellar impact of alcohol, but factors other than duration and amount of exposure to alcohol may also be responsible for the resulting sensitivity to gluten. Further study is needed to nail down the exact mechanisms at work here, but this is certainly an interesting study. Source: Currie S, Hoggard N, Clark MJR, Sanders DS, Wilkinson ID, et al. (2013) Alcohol Induces Sensitization to Gluten in Genetically Susceptible Individuals: A Case Control Study. PLoS ONE 8(10): e77638. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0077638
  13. Hello, I am new to this celiac disease and I have to say I don't like it I miss my regular food, and not really caring what I was eating and drinking. But I am going out tonight with friends and I have no clue what can I drink and what can of shots I can take. Can someone please help me.
  14. Hi all - I want to ask a question as it relates to gluten consumption + alcohol consumption to see if anyone here experiences similar symptoms. Basically here is what I experience in a nutshell: Gluten consumption - typical gluten side effects like bloating, discomfort etc. Alcohol consumption - aside from a good buzz, nothing ;-) Gluten (in food) consumption + alcohol consumption - extreme migraine headache for roughly 12-24 hours; only alleviated by time passing or throwing up everything in my system This really is a curiosity question more than anything. The obvious solution is to be very careful about not getting glutened from food when drinking, or not drinking. I'd love to know though if anyone else experiences this side effect and if anyone has theories as to why gluten from food might have this effect when drinking alcohol. Thanks in advance!
  15. Hi, I had a bad accidental glutening incident recently. I purchased a box of chocolate in Poland which looked safe to eat. Stupidly, I assumed if there were gluten ingredients, that would be called out in the allergen warning. That turned out not to be the case, and I had a reaction. My typical symptoms are usually a kidney or bladder infection, depression, anxiety, memory problems, issues with focusing and concentration. All of which I have been experiencing since I ate the chocolate. I'm not sure which ingredient is the culprit, but I'm guessing that a cheap, not fully distilled alcohol was used. Normally, I have no problems with distilled grain alcohols. Just wanted to pass my experience along and hopefully save someone else from the same mistake. I've listed the ingredients below. -Marie Ingredients listed as follows: sugar, corn syrup, cocoa mass, cocoa butter, alcohol, stabilizer (invertase), emulsifiers (soy lecithin, polyglycerol, polyricinoleate, and sorbitan tristearate), artificial flavors. Allergen warning states that it contains soy, and may contain traces of egg or milk.
  16. Those margaritas that come in the little freezer packs? They are gluten-free! http://dailyscocktails.com/about. Check the FAQ section.
  17. Hello everyone. I'm new to this site and newly gluten-free. I have been trying different types of beers to see if I can find one that tastes like Bud Lite or similar brands. I don't like dark beers, and I was hoping there was a beer that tasted closer to a lite beer. I have tried Redbridge, but it has an odd flavor to me. I've had ciders, but I'm sick of those. I've tried Omission, and that was absolutely disgusting to me. Bards is ok, but still not lite beer. I know that it will be difficult. I tried the raspberry New Planet which was good, but I'm thinking it was only good because it tasted like raspberries instead of beer. Any other suggestions?
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