Our Beers

New Planet’s 100% Gluten-Free beers are brewed entirely from ingredients with no gluten, start to finish.


Blonde Ale bottle

Blonde Ale

Pale Ale bottle

Pale Ale

Raspberry Ale

Raspberry Ale


*New Planet Seclusion IPA and Tread Lightly Ale are fermented from grains containing gluten and crafted to remove gluten. The gluten content of these products cannot be verified and these products may contain gluten.

These beers have been brewed with barley, but have been specially crafted to remove gluten. Please note that these beers were originally brewed from ingredients containing gluten and may still contain trace amounts.

Gluten Removed Seclusion IPA

Seclusion IPA

Gluten Removed Tread Lightly Ale

Tread Lightly Ale




  1. GFbeer says:

    If it is on the shelf, it will still be good. I hope your step-dad enjoys it as much as we do.

  2. Sherri Bowman says:

    How long would you say the shelf life of your Belgium beer is? I saw in another comment above (dated Aug 2016) that you no longer produce it. I have a local store that still has some in stock.
    I don’t know anything about beer. I’m buying some for my step-dad for Christmas. He was just diagnosed with celiacs disease.
    I want to find some beers for him but I don’t want to spoil his taste for GF beer by buying something that’s not at its peak.

  3. GFbeer says:

    Hi Nickie,

    We did make a Belgian Ale, it is currently not in production though it is still in some stores. Using the beer locator on our site is the best way to find out if our beers are in your area. Thank you for asking and giving us a chance to help. πŸ™‚

  4. nickie says:

    Didnt you have a belguim ale? cant find it anymore.

  5. GFbeer says:

    Hi Ellie,

    Thanks for being a fan! As craft brewers, we are always working on our offerings and creating new offerings. The Amber is one of our former offerings that we are not producing any more but are coming out with new formulations in the near future so watch for those.

    Yucca has always been a part of our formulation for head retention. Interestingly, with our new formulations it is not required so let us know what you think! πŸ™‚

  6. Ellie says:

    What happened to the AMBER ALE? It was my favorite. Have you always had the Yucca in your bottled beers? Ordered Pale Ale through our local store, but it turned out to be the Blonde Ale. Will be interesting to see the taste difference. Happy to have a truly gluten free beer with good flavor. Some of the competitors, will not name, have very bland gluten free beers.

  7. GFbeer says:

    Thank you for saying so Dwayne! We are glad you like it.

  8. dwayne henry says:

    like the brown ale

  9. Mandi says:

    Are your beers non GMO?

  10. GFBeer says:

    Each bottle has a nutritional panel on the side with gives you the total carbs per bottle. Each style has different amounts.

  11. GFBeer says:

    Hi Rachel,

    We recently stopped using any corn in our beers as a fermentable. The sorghum and other ingredients as far as we know are GMO free, though that has not been independently verified. Our Pale Ale uses a Caramel Color and that is derived from corn, however we are stopping the use of that as well. We hope to get Non-GMO verified later this year. Hope that helps. Best, Seneca

  12. Rick Christensen says:

    What are the carb grams per bottle?

  13. Rachel says:

    I was just curious, how many (if any) of your beers are GMO free? Thanks πŸ™‚

  14. gabe says:

    thank you for makin my fav glutten free beer!!!!!

  15. GFBeer says:

    We do plan to feature a Pumpkin Ale at our Tap room this fall. We will post as soon as it is ready.

  16. Pedro says:

    Will you guys be making a any pumpkin ales this fall season?

  17. GFBeer says:

    We are always looking to innovate and we would love a Pumpkin beer too. At this time, it is something we can consider for our Tap Room in Boulder, but we have no plans for a package right now. Thanks for your suggestion.

  18. Lindsay says:

    Any plans to make a pumpkin beer in the future? Just was diagnosed with gluten allergy and the thought of giving up pumpkin beer during football season is killing me!!!

  19. GFBeer says:

    Please email your request to info@newplanetbeer.com. Cheers.

  20. I am in the process of reviewing different gluten free beer for my website. I would like to include your selection however, I am having trouble finding it in Maine. Any idea where I can find some? or would you guys ship me some samples for the review?

  21. GFBeer says:

    We are a sorghum based beer, BUT we are not like anybody else! We have the widest variety of flavorful ales. ALL of our beers are 100% Gluten Free. Start to finish. All of our ingredients are listed on our website too.

  22. jen says:

    So what is your beer made from? Sorghum like the rest?

  23. GFBeer says:

    We are hoping to expand into the Ontario market, but no set date at this time.

  24. Wayne Schlote says:

    Do you have any plans to expand your distribution network to Ontario (Canada)? My wife is celiac and loves New Planet when we visit VA. Thx!

  25. GFBeer says:

    If you go tour “About Our Beer” page, each Abv is listed.

  26. dani says:

    Curious what the alcohol volume is. Nothing on the label or the packaging. Tastes just fine, but so did another one at 1/2 the price. It was 3.2…4% by volume. WHERE’S THE BUZZ?

  27. GFBeer says:

    Yes there will. We will be distributed across the state. Updates to happen as soon as our beer arrives πŸ™‚

  28. Barb Rektorik says:

    Will there be any locations that sell your beer in Fort Worth? Thank you.

  29. GFBeer says:

    State approvals are in, and we are poised to ship beer! It is finally happening πŸ™‚

  30. sara says:

    Your website says coming to Texas in 2013. Any idea when exactly, or where I should check?
    Thank you

  31. GFBeer says:

    Cheers Tony!

  32. Tony Graham says:

    The Blonde Ale is absolutely amazing! I have been gluten free for about a month and since then i have been on a quest to find gluten free beers. I am not a fan of the apple beers at all. I want my beer to taste like beer. New planet does just that! I am looking forward to trying the other ales. Right now, Blonde Ale and redbridge are tied for my favorite gluten free beers. Great job!

  33. GFBeer says:

    Cheers! πŸ™‚

  34. Cindy Fuller says:

    Thank you soooo much for making a GF beer that actually tastes like the beer I use to drink before I had to go GF. I had forgotten how much I enjoyed a cold beer on a hot summer day.

  35. GFBeer says:

    Yes you can be confident. Our beer are 100% gluten free. Start to Finish! All of our ingredients are naturally gluten free (and Barley FREE) , and our brewery is a dedicated gluten free facility during our Brew process. Thanks for exploring OUR Planet πŸ™‚

  36. Karl S. says:

    I’m allergic to barley. Can I be confident that there isn’t any barley contamination in the brewing or bottling process?

  37. GFBeer says:

    Our base grain is Sorghum, and like all of our ingredients, it is 100% gluten free. Our ingredients are listed under each of our beers on the “OUR BEER” page, and our bottles are clearly labeled with ALL our ingredient information. Cheers!

  38. Mike says:

    I stumbled upon your website while looking for new additions to our restaurant’s beer offerings. I was pleasantly surprised to see gluten free beer! I can’t wait to try it. What grains do you typically use for your beer? My wife is eating a gluten free diet with great success.

  39. GFBeer says:

    Glad we could add a smile to your weekend!

  40. Peg says:

    Just happened upon New Planet Pale Ale in Wegmans Pittsford store (NY).
    I love the hoppy bitterness! I’ve been looking for that for 7 years.
    Thanks so much!!

  41. GFBeer says:

    Thanks for your inquiry. At this time our Belgian & Amber Ales have no corn derivatives, and our Pale Ale only uses trace amounts of caramel color (which in initially derived from corn). If you have further questions, please email info@newplanetbeer.com.

  42. Cathy says:

    Looking for gluten free with no corn derivatives

  43. GFBeer says:

    We are available in MN at this time. If you click on our LOCATE BEER link on our website, type in your zip codes, you should be able to find a store near you. If not, email info@newplanetbeer.com so we can help get our beer to a store near you. Thanks for enjoying our Raspberry Ale!

  44. GFBeer says:

    Yes our beer does contain hops. Hops are the main bittering spice used in all beers, including ours. Some of our beers only use very small amounts though – Blonde and Raspberry Ale have very low quantities of hops.

  45. Jill says:

    Is this beer brewed with hops? I also have a hops allergy πŸ™

  46. Kathy says:

    I tried your New Planet Raspberry Beer at Epcot last week. WOW, it was great. Not the heavy dark beer taste you get from most GF beers. When will this produce make it’s way to MN?

  47. GFBeer says:

    New Planet Beer does have alcohol – 5.0% abv.

  48. Does this beer have alcohol in it?? ( alcohol by volume) or is it a non alcoholic beer? My daughter has Gluten Free issues..

  49. GFBeer says:

    Thank you and Welcome to our PLANET! Keep your eyes out for our new flavors, that should be working their way into the national market in the coming month.

  50. Gail says:

    New Planet Beer is by far the BEST gluten-free beer I have tried! Thank you!!

  51. GFBeer says:

    We do have distribution in New Hampshire, and we want to make sure you can find it at your local store. Please email peter@newplanetbeer.com, and let us know where you are located, so we can get you the beer you want. Cheers!

  52. I have heard a lot about New Planet but haven’t had a chance to try it. I saw that you guys aren’t distributing in NH yet. Any idea when you might be in our neck of the woods? In the mean time, looks like I’m going to have to take a hike to MA. Thanks!

  53. GFBeer says:

    Please see our bottle label for calorie/carb info. No idea about glycemic load.

  54. Jason says:

    Can you tell me how many calories/carbs per serving? Any idea what the glycemic load is?