In Canada, there are regulations to help celiac patients make safe choices when consuming alcoholic beverages. Manufacturers must state that gluten is present on a product label in one of the following ways :
1. Stating that gluten is present within a "contains" statement.
2. Declaring gluten is present within the ingredient list if it is provided.
Any added allergens, sulphites, and sources of gluten must also be declared if present in an alcoholic beverage at a level of 10 ppm or more .
1. Health Canada . Labelling requirements for alcoholic beverages https://www.inspection.gc.ca/food-label-requirements/labelling/industry/alcohol/eng/1392909001375/1392909133296?chap=0#s33c15
2. Health Canada . Food allergens, gluten and added sulphite labelling – Alcoholic beverages https://www.inspection.gc.ca/food-label-requirements/labelling/industry/alcohol/eng/1392909001375/1392909133296?chap=4