You could always call before you decide to cancel to see what they could do for you. My guess is they're probably aware that malt is an issue for people with celiac and have a substitute for it. I could see them having at least red wine vinegar on hand and possibly apple cider vinegar, since it's gotten kind of trendy.Much better!
I guess I never considered that it was malt vinegar on the chips. I knew malt was a problem, but it figures it's what they'd use for the chips. It's got me thinking about my R&C ADR for my upcoming trip. I've heard they can do a gluten free version of their fish n' chips, but I can't have the malt vinegar. I guess I can ask if they have red wine vinegar or apple cider vinegar on had for salad. Yeah...meatballs and meatloaf are usually off limit items for me. I have home alternatives for binders in these dishes, but they're usually unsafe dishes.
Kendall skis and Sam snowboards, but the haven't been since New Year's 2016, so it's been a while. I've tried both and don't enjoy it, but I'm excited for real winter in a picturesque area. And if there's time, we'll probably go tubing.
I'm not a skier or snowboarder, either. But tubing sounds like a lot of fun.