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  1. #781
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    When you look up Dewars it isn't given that it's gluten free and he does get a slight rash after drinking it.

  2. #782
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    25th November 11
    Suburban North Shore Chicago
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    According to https://www.celiac.com/articles/222/...es/Page1.html:

    Nearly all whiskeys are made with gluten-containing cereal grains. The final product does not contain gluten, but cannot be advertised or labeled as gluten-free. Many people with celiac disease choose to avoid whiskey, while many others drink it with no adverse effects.

    Gluten-free whiskey brands include:

    Queen Jennie Whiskey, by Old Sugar Distillery is made entirely from sorghum (But if it's sorghum-based, wouldn't that technically make it rum, not whisky?)

    Whiskeys distilled from cereal grains include:

    Bourbon—Benjamin Prichard's, Booker's, Buffalo Trace, Jim Beam, Early Times, Ezra Brooks, Jefferson's Bourbon, Knob Creek, Makers Mark, Old Crow, Old Forester, Old Grand-Dad
    Canadian Whiskey—Alberta Premium, Black Velvet, Canadian Club, Crown Royal,
    Tenesse Whiskey—Jack Daniels, George Dickel.
    Irish Whiskey—Bushmills, Jameson, Kilbeggan, Redbreast, Tullamore Dew
    Japanese Blended Whiskey—Hibiki, Kakubin, Nikka,
    Japanese Single Malt Whiskey—Hakushu, Yamazaki, Yoichi
    Rye Whiskey—Alberta Premium, Bulleitt
    Scotch Whiskey Blends—Ballentine's, Bell's, Black Grouse, Chivas Regal, Cutty Sark, Dewar's, Famous Grouse, Johnnie Walker, Teacher's, Whitehorse
    Scotch Whiskey Single Malts—Bowmore, Glenfiddich, Glen Grant, The Glenlivet, Glenmorangie, Highland Park, Knockando, Lagavulin, Laphroaig, Macallan, Monkey Shoulder, Singleton, Talisker
    Taiwanese Whiskey—Kavalan Classic

    All that said, I personally am very fond of the Nardini Risirva Grappa Classic range of barrel-aged grappas (http://www.nardini.it/en/grappa-rise...rrel-aged.html), which may not have the full depth and complexity of comparable Single Malts but otherwise very much remind me of them.
    Last edited by DyerStraits; 15th September 17 at 12:10 PM.
    Best Regards,

    "I Wish Not To Intimidate, And Know Not How To Fear"

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