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Old 01-27-2017, 12:00 PM   #31
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Oddly- Corona was always one of the few swill beers that didn't make me sick before I knew what gluten was. Turns out its actually got less than 20 ppm of gluten! Pretty cool.
Now I'm just lucky that New Belgium and a few others have stepped up to make me some GF beers.
In a mom & pop gas station in the middle of nowhere, you're screwed!! In any city of size, and not Utah maybe, there are all kinds of beers gluten free.
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More generic; like or dislike IPAs.
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Plenty of mirco brews in Utah, despite our weird laws. Not sure about Gluten content though.. AND we boast the ONLY Ski-in whiskey distillery in the world...
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In a mom & pop gas station in the middle of nowhere, you're screwed!! In any city of size, and not Utah maybe, there are all kinds of beers gluten free.
On my return trip with the bus, I parked it at a motel and drove around Clarkesville TN and couldn't find a thing. Same all the way through GA, but admittedly I didn't stop in Atlanta.
the southeast isn't a great place to find good beer in a pinch. Nothing but Bud and Busch.
Heineken and Corona are the cream of the crop for gas station beer around these parts.
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