Non Alcoholic Beer

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What's everyone's opinion on Non Alcoholic Beer? Is it safe with Pancreatitis?



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    Why that's my Answer why would you want non alcoholic beer My Answer is None just don't drink if you can't have the proper stuff why replace it to torment yourself you'll just get A Drink in the end !

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    I believe even nonalcoholic beer has a smig of alcohol in it. You're going to do whatever you're going to do but wheat is not your friend with CP. I personally wouldn't recommend it. High fat or carb items will trigger an episode.

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    Hi Wendy , i seem to be ok with it ,

    so just try a little drop to start with


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    I've read a few studies about alcohol and pancreatitis. There has been no definitive answer as to whether it's safe or not. You pretty much have to try to find out. I personally wouldn't want to test that theory.

    I do spend time at my local bar, but I always bring a thermos of coffee or tea. I also bring kombucha sometimes. Occasionally, I ask the bartender to make me a fruity non-alcoholic drink. They all know I don't drink, so I haven't been told that outside beverages are not allowed.

    Maybe try that?

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