New Planet FAQs

Where can I find New Planet Beer?

Check out the Locate Beer [hot link] section of our website for the latest information on availability.


How does New Planet Beer brew its beer?

For our gluten-free beer, we use 100% gluten-free ingredients and follow strict procedures within the brewery to avoid any contamination.


Our crafted-to-remove-gluten beers are brewed with traditional ingredients such as malted barley, but a special enzyme that breaks down gluten is added during fermentation. The finished beer retains less than 10 ppm gluten molecules.


Do you have a brewery we can visit?

Yes! Our brewery is connected to our Tap Room [hot link], located at:

6560 Odell Place, Unit D
Boulder, CO 80301

We’re happy to show you around every Friday at 4 pm.


How do you test your beers?

Every batch of our crafted-to-remove-gluten beer is tested using the industry standard Elisa Testing to ensure that it meets government standards of gluten less than 10 ppm. Click here for test results [hot link to results]


Are you planning additional styles of beer?

We’re always brainstorming new flavors; tell us what you’d most like to see from us by emailing

Or stop by our Tap Room [hot link], where we’re constantly experimenting with new concepts.


Why did you decide to brew beer that has been crafted to remove gluten?

New Planet has continuously been at the forefront of the gluten-free revolution, and it was important to us to have options for all people who need or want to consume less gluten. Adding the new beers gives our consumers more choice.


Where can I find Tread Lightly Ale and Seclusion IPA?

Tread Lightly Ale and Seclusion IPA initially can be found in Colorado. Email us at if you’d like us to come to your state.


Will you continue to brew 100% gluten-free beer?

Absolutely! We want everyone to be able to enjoy a great beer.


  1. Kate says:

    Is your Belgian Ale your only GF and Corn-free brew? I am also highly sensitive to corn.

    • GFbeer says:

      Hi Kate,

      We don’t use corn in any of our Gluten Free Beers so given that you did well with the Belgian Ale, you will also be good with the other 3 flavors.

      Let us know what you think after you have tried them.

  2. Tony says:

    How long is the New Planet Belgian Ale good?

  3. Dawn says:

    Does your blonde ale have an expiration date? Was really excited to try it, but it tasted like pure rubbing alcohol, Had to poor it out, Just purchased earlier today and will be throwing the other five away. Really disappointed.

    • GFBeer says:

      Hi, We are sorry that you didn’t have a good experience with our Blonde Ale. I will email you directly to see if we can help resolve the issues for you.

  4. Lori S says:

    Hi, My husband found out recently that he is gluten intolerant. He is a beer drinker and has missed it terribly. He has grown up drinking regular beers (miller lite etc). He is looking for a new beer that is not sweet, that is more like what he is used to. Which of your beers may come the closest to what he is used to?

    • GFBeer says:

      Our styles are more “craft” than typical “Domestic,” but the lighter style ale we have is our Blonde Ale. We hope you enjoy.

  5. Todd Jeppesen says:

    When will your gluten free beers be GMO free

  6. Peter Basilo says:

    I need a distributor for your beer in Florida. (Boca Raton) Who would the distributor be???

  7. Mary says:

    What is the alcohol content of your beers?

    • GFBeer says:

      If you click on the “Our Beers” tab on the website, each beer has ingredients and ABV’s listed for your convenience.

  8. Amanda says:

    Are your beers vegan?

  9. Brenda Figuereo says:

    Are all of or any of your Gluten Free beers also Vegan? and do any of them contain high fructose corn syrup or natural flavors?

    • GFBeer says:

      All our beers, with exception of the Belgian Ale – brewed with honey – are Vegan Friendly! Our ingredients are listed in detail on EVERY label. Our “OUR BEERS” tab on the site has each label shown. Cheers!

  10. Heather says:

    Just found out I have to go gluten free a few weeks ago…. but I love beer! So glad I found you guys, your beer tastes great! A few friends and I are going to Colorado in a month and I was wondering where you brew your beer so I could possibly visit and get some while I’m out there! Thanks

    • GFBeer says:

      We are based in Boulder, CO, where our business offices and nano-brewery are located. Our production partner is Fort Collins Brewing Co. in Fort Collins, CO. At this time our Boulder location does not offer tours, but we are working on that. The good news is that you will be able to find New Planet in most Colorado liquor stores, including our new Belgian and Amber Ales. Cheers!

  11. Trevor says:

    What if one of the stores on your locations map DOESN’T carry New Planet?

    • GFBeer says:

      We try to keep our “Finder” updated regularly, but we cannot control when stores stop carrying our beer, or are out of stock, but if you let the store managers know that you are a fan of our beer, or let us know at which store it is and we can follow up. Cheers for being a fan!

  12. Frank says:

    PLEASE, go non GMO.. ALL the way. People are being to search out all non-GMO products.. Good time to lead the way in the brewing industry.

    • GFBeer says:

      We are making efforts to do that for sure. At the preset time only our Blonde and Raspberry contain corn – which is the only ingredient we cannot certify at this time. But we are working on it :)

  13. Tammy says:

    I’ve been scouring the internet for non-GMO beers sold in the U.S. They seem few and far between. Any brewers that make the effort to buy non gmo are worth a try in my book.

    • GFBeer says:

      We are always working to source non-GMO grains. At this time the only ingredient we cannot confirm the status as non-GMO is our corn, this is due to issues with cross-pollination. To the best of our knowledge our beers ARE NON-GMO, but if you have deep concerns the Blonde & Raspberry Ales are the only 2 beers with corn as a major ingredient.

  14. Caryn says:

    I second the move for a non-GMO beer label.

    You’ll corner the market on it!

    Give folks who are not gluten free a reason to buy GOOD beer that’s non-GMO.

  15. Agree. I buy the Pale Ale because it is the only one I can find that does NOT contain corn, and I am happy to hear that you wimoving corn and replacing it with brown rice!!! I also search specifically for NON GMO products due to medical necessities, and would LOVE for you all to be the FIRST USA beer line that has been verified to be free of GMO’s.
    Keep up the great work, and keep searching for organic rice (and corn) producers to supply your beers with.
    Many thanks!

  16. Gabe says:

    Are New Planet beers made from non-gmo corn?

    • GFBeer says:

      We cannot currently confirm the non-GMO status or our corn, but we are searching for identity preserved organic corn. We are always striving to deliver the best possible product, with the best available ingredients.

      • Kathy Jenkins says:

        I would love it if you were able to verify all non-GMO ingredients. I am always on the look out for non-GMO goods. I spread the word whenever and wherever I find them! In todays climate of the ingredient educated consumer and state after state writing bills to at least label GMOs a gluten free Non-GMO beer would put you at the head if the class! Please keep searching! Cheers!

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