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91 • The Vermont Pub and Brewery Gluten Free IPA.
Deep old gold color with a minute haze. Resinous hoppy aromas suggest grapefruit, kumquat, and pine sap with a crisp, dryish medium body and a tangy grapefruit and nut driven finish. A rock solid gluten-free IPA that gets it right. (tasted on Sep-06-2012)
90 • New Planet Beer Company Tread Lightly Ale.
Golden yellow color. Aromas of cream puffs and stone fruits with a crisp, fruity sweet light-to-medium body and a kiwi fruit tart and meringue like finish. Very fruit forward and crowd pleasing. (tasted on Sep-06-2012)
89 • Brasserie de Brunehaut Brunehaut Blond Gluten Free Ale.
Hazy golden yellow color. Yeasty dough and nut aromas with a supple dryish medium-to-full body and pleasant hints of sugared fig, earth and biscuit on the finish. A very convincing gluten free take on the popular Belgian blonde style. (tasted on Sep-09-2012)
87 • Brasserie de Brunehaut Brunehaut Amber Gluten Free Ale.
Hazy deep amber color. Citrus and lingonberries on toast aromas have a tangy, yeasty edge with a foamy, dryish medium body and a lightly metallic grassy earth and peach pit accented finish. A bit angular, but should work well with food. (tasted on Sep-09-2012)
87 • New Planet Beer Company 3R Raspberry Ale.
Beautiful amber salmon pink color. Fresh raspberry tart aromas with a frothy fruity-yet-dry medium body and a zesty berry sorbet and wafer finish. Very nicely balanced. (tasted on Sep-06-2012)
86 • New Planet Beer Company Off Grid Pale Ale.
Bright copper amber color. Interesting aromas and flavors savory buckwheat bilini, citrus marmalade, and a hint of soy and sorghum with a crisp, dryish medium body and black licorice, molasses and grapefruit accented finish. A nice refreshing, food friendly pale ale. (tasted on Sep-06-2012)

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