Distilled beverages, alcohol, and vinegars are gluten-free. Distilled alcohol is also known as “spirits” or “liquor” and comes from distilling fermented foods such as grain, fruit, and vegetables.
According to Living Without, research shows that gluten peptides are too large to make it through the distillation process.
Watch out for liqueurs, though, which are distilled beverages that have sugar and flavorings added to them. These additional ingredients may not be gluten-free.
As far as undistilled beverages go, such as beers, ales, malt vinegars, hard ciders, and lagers, these aren’t gluten-free, although wine is. Luckily gluten-free beers can now be found in the U.S.
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