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RATINGS: 434   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.1/5   EST. CALORIES: 150   ABV: 5%
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An all-sorghum beer. New Grist, a beer for Celiacs brewed from sorghum and gluten-free yeast grown on molasses. New Grist is the first “official” gluten free beer in the U.S., although it cannot technically be called “gluten-free” until established governmental guidelines are determined for all products claiming “gluten-free” status. In the interim, this Celiac-safe beer can be called “barley-free,” and is a welcome product to those who need to live on restricted diets due to intolerance to gluten, a protein found in common brewing grains such as barley, wheat, rye, oats, spelt, kamut and triticale.

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2.7
drywallman (367) - Lake in the Hills, Illinois, USA - OCT 5, 2006
This has a light aroma and a quick short lasting head. The taste is thin as expected for a lager type made with Sorghum, which is lightly sweet followed by an almost metallic hop taste. I recognize the use of rice in the type of sweetness. A good utility beer, but not otherwise impressive.

1.7
MrAndo (39) - Baltimore, Maryland, USA - OCT 3, 2006
Light and cirtrousy, is the best way to discribe this one. I tend to uaally like a beer that has a little bit of that sour taste or a sweet wheat taste, but this was not doing it for me. Interesting becoues it is made of sorghum and rice, but the taste is just too watery and thin.

1.9
DocLock (10970) - Lower Pottsgrove, Pennsylvania, USA - OCT 3, 2006
Thanks to Degarth for this. Pale gold pour with huge white head. Aroma of ricy, pale malty hops and slight plastic. Tastes pale malty, with slight hopcit and perfumy ricy spiciness. Watery palate that didn’t go well with my gluten craving beer gut and Herculian constitution and big-beer craving acumen.

3.2
TheBeerLover (1027) - DC Metro Area, USA - SEP 28, 2006
I have to commend Lakefront for brewing a glutin free beer for Celiacs. I don’t know what life would be like living on a glutin free diet, and not being able to drink beer. New Grist gives Celiacs a chance to enjoy beer again, and I for one applaud that fact. Brewed with sorghum, and rice, New Grist, is a light, slightly sweet beer, that isn’t going to bowl beer geeks over. It was brewed as a glutin free beer, for those who can’t drink beer made from malt. New Girst pours to a very pale golden color, with a short,white head that fades, and a good carbonation. The nose on this beer is lightly grainy, and a touch of sourness. The plate is lean, with dry and crisp, grainy(must be the sorghum) flavor, and a touch of tart sourness. This beer finishes with more light, dry, grainy flavor, then ends with a slightly sweet flavor that linger. I don’t think I will be drinking New Grist every day, but I enjoyed this one much better than many malt beers I have had. It is what it is, a glutin free beer. In that sense, I find this beer to be a good one.

1.9
User37895 (3042) - - SEP 18, 2006
Utterly disgusting. Poured a flat pale color with some amber to it. Head was pretty flat and the lacing nil. The aroma was wheaty-like with some bubblegum and lots of citrus. The flavor was awful, all that typical Lakefront sourness mixed in with wheat flavor and some flat out detergent like children’s blowing bubbles flavors. Mouthfeel was light but acidic, nasty. An offensive beer that I couldn’t finish.

3.3
gueuzefarts (6) - Wisconsin, USA - SEP 18, 2006 does not count
I think this is the best mass-produced gluten free beer i’ve tasted (the score i’m giving it is somewhat biased, i’m going easy on it since it’s GF). Nice colour but pretty much no head. Decent surprisingly grainy flavour (the sorghum?). Kind of syrupy at the end though.

2.3
NYHarvey (2153) - New York, New York, USA - SEP 14, 2006
Aroma is decidedly apple-like with some faint citrus notes. It even looks like an apple cider with a lazy, thin white head and a pale golden color that is transparent and allows a good look at the bubbles steadily rising up from within the beer. Very light and watery fore is citrus accented with the aforementioned apple making an appearance through the middle. Has a sugar substitute tasting flavor in the finish. Very watery. I guess if I was a Cleiac sufferer I’d be happy for it, but I’m not and this doesn’t make me happy.

2.1
Tmoney99 (14854) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - SEP 13, 2006
Bottle. Poured clear pale color with an average frothy white head that mostly diminished with fair lacing. Moderate sour citrus hop aroma. Light to medium body with a watery texture. Light balanced flavor with a light bitter finish of short duration. My expectations where not met.

2
hotstuff (5233) - Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA - SEP 7, 2006
Bottle. Small white fizzy head that ended up fully diminishing, lackluster lacing, carbonation, transparent, and a yellow hue. Sweet fruity nose and smelled somewhat water. Flavor just tasted dry and like water. Thin, watery, dry mouthfeel. Light body.

1.8
duff (5484) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - SEP 7, 2006
Bottle. This wasn’t so good. Quite watery, with some light diacytel, green apple characters, with a slight stail character, not the most pleasant beer, but it was interesting to try a "sorghum" beer, even if it didn’t pass the test.


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