I brewed this as my 1st GF beer. I split the sorghum in half and added the 2nd half at the end of boil. The beer finished very cloudy, not sure why. I left it 2weeks in primary and 1week in 2ndary. its been in the keg for about 4 weeks now. The taste is very hoppy and not balanced with sweetness from the sorghum. Taste is also grapefruity and bitter, not in a good way, and I love hoppy IPAs. This is supposed to be a pale ale but has too much hops in my opinion. Seems like most 5 gal kits average 7lbs of sorghum. It's possible that the additional 1 pound of sorghum would have helped.
I've since brewed my 2nd GF beer with 7 lbs sorghum and 1 lb dark candy sugar and about 1 oz less hops, a dark ale kit from brewers outpost, I think. Its only been in the keg for a week so not carbonated yet. This beer seems more balanced, much better than the pale ale for sure. This beer finished crystal clear. Both beers have zero body. I see a trend in the threads of adding maltodextrin to GF beers which should help this and add some unfermentable sugars. So I will try this in my next beer.
IMO the pale ale is a pretty bad beer. Every commercial GF beer i have tried has been better so its a major disappointment. It's drinkable, right up there with Red bridge but worse :-). Sorry for what may seem a very negative reply but that's what my experience was with this kit.
Good luck with yours!