Wild Turkey

101 Proof Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey

Produced by Gruppo Campari


last checked Apr 15, 2011

"Gluten is a class of proteins found in certain cereals, particularly wheat, rye, barley and oats. They are volatile and, in the production of distilled spirits from such cereals, they are not distilled into the spirit product.

"For example, by definition bourbon is produced from an original mash of at least 51% maize. The remaining 49% of the cereal grains in the mash may contain gluten. However, during distillation gluten would remain as part of the spent grains and not on the distillate or finished product.

"The bottom line is that, by the time the product has undergone distillation, maturation, blending and shipment, there is no gluten present in bourbon."

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