Syzzer (647) - Oregon, USA - DEC 26, 2011
Better than i expected from a gluten free beer. New Planet is one of the best gluten free varieties I have had. Slight sweet/orange body with yeasty finish troyc (2869) - Illinois, USA - NOV 8, 2011
[Bottle] Pours a very light yellow color with a fizzy white head. Aroma is mainly grains (sorghum- I am guessing) and a heavy dose of green apple. The taste is of bland sweet grains, more apple, paper, hints of Band Aid. Very thin. Poor, even for a gluten free beer. BVery (10716) - Plymouth, Minnesota, USA - NOV 7, 2011
UPDATED: DEC 29, 2013 Bottle. Super clear and pale yellow pour with almost no head. Aroma of sour apple. Someone else said it smells like sake - I get that too. Very light palate, medium carbonation. Taste is apple and pils malts. This just isn’t very good at all. AmEricanbrew (6878) - Same Trailer, Different Park, Louisiana, USA - NOV 6, 2011
Clear golden color/ no head. Big melon fruit, alcohol aromas--smells like sake. medium body. Sickly sweet corn syrup, rice pudding flavors--godawful shit RobertDale (6650) - Lansing, Kansas, USA - OCT 28, 2011
Sample at KC Beerfest 10-22. Comes a clear gold with a tiny white head. Aroma of citrus and grain. Taste is malt, citrus and grain. Drinkable.
drowland (8888) - Georgia, USA - OCT 24, 2011
10/24/11. 12oz bottle. Super clear golden pour with a fizzy white head that’s gone fast. Weird dusty, fruity aroma of green apple and berries, but not in a good way. Slightly tart apple flavor at first followed by dirty mop water. Terrible. nick76 (4399) - Tampa, Florida, USA - SEP 29, 2011
The aroma is rather watery but there is sweet sorghum and grassy hops. The appearance is pale gold with a small head. The taste is like the aroma with a medicinal aftertaste but overall not horrid. The palate is thin but smooth. Overall a drinkable alternative for the gluten free crowd. jb43 (1650) - Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA - SEP 9, 2011
(bottle 9/30/10). Clear gold color. Small white head. Light citrus aroma, with light sweetness. Flavor of the same. Avg duration. Light dry finish. Thin texture. Moderate carbonation. Spare lacing. popery (2170) - San Francisco, California, USA - SEP 1, 2011
Not the worst gluten free beer but not worth buying, either. The beer pours pale gold and headless. If I didn’t know this was a beer, I would call it a cider based on the aroma. It’s all sour apples with a hint of lemony citrus. There’s also a bit of gummy sorghum sweetness under the surface. It doesn’t taste quite as much like cider, though that’s not really a positive. There’s just very little flavor. A touch of that oddball sorghum sweetness and a mild sour/bitter twang in the finish are pretty much all that I’m getting. It’s more like soda water with dollops of cider and sorghum syrup. There might be a very light touch of hops, but it’s hard to tell. The mouthfeel starts almost alright, but it quickly fades into a watery, fizzy mess. There’s also a touch of booze and that sorghum flavor sticks around unpleasantly in the corners of my mouth. This beer is a definite pass, gluten sensitivity or no. It’s too watery and lacks beer flavor. Really, it tastes like watered down cheap cider. There are better gluten free beers and much, much better ciders. brokensail (16609) - Dublin, California, USA - AUG 28, 2011
A: The beer pours a clear golden color with no head to speak of.
S: A mild pepper note as well as some "malt", rice, and cardboard. There’s definitely some apple and crappy tofu aroma. A little bit of soap and water in there, too.
T: Apples and water, soap, and more of the wonderful crappy tofu character. There’s plenty of wet cardboard with a mild sweetness and a general sense of blandness.
M: Light and watery with a medium level of carbonation.
O: Rather crappy; just like all the gluten free beers I’ve had.