“We named our beer company New Planet Beer Company as a way to express our desire for a new and invigorated planet. It’s our core mission to make great tasting gluten-free beers that everyone can enjoy, while donating a portion of our proceeds to environmental efforts,” ~ CEO and Founder Pedro Gonzalez. Learn More >



  1. Sarah says:

    Hello, are your beers non-GMO?

    • GFbeer says:

      They are not certified NON-GMO. We know that the sorghum is NON-GMO and believe the other ones are NON-GMO but we have not had them verified. We removed corn from our recipes.

  2. Dirk Reith says:

    I live in Hawaii. How can I order your product? Pls advise.

    • GFBeer says:

      Unfortunately, at this time our beers are not available in Hawaii. Talk to your local liquor stores and request our beers and you could positively affect change. :-)

  3. Nicole Bell says:

    Reallllyyyy want to try your beer! Just got diagnosed with celiac a few months back and have tried all the gf beers available on the island and they are all terrible! Just miss beer as one could imagine I’m only 22 and just began my legal beer journey. Please let me know if you would consider shipping me some! Ill pay ANYTHING!!!!
    Nicole Bell aka.thirsty celiac :)

    • GFBeer says:

      Sorry but at this time we don’t have any distribution in Hawaii and can’t ship it to you. We are sold in California, so if you make it there please let us know which one you try.

  4. Laura says:

    Yucky. Omission is bazillions better

    • GFBeer says:

      We are sorry you didn’t have a good experience. Which flavor did you try? We’d like to point out that Omission is made from gluten and then an enzyme is applied that breaks apart the gluten proteins so that it doesn’t test high in ppm. It is a very different beer than our 100% gluten-free beer made from 100% gluten-free grains. For some, they can’t have the “crafted to remove” gluten beers.

  5. Salem says:

    Are you attending any gluten free events in November? Thanks!

  6. chandler lacy says:

    Is your beer non gmo?

  7. shani luttrell says:

    is your beer GMO free?

  8. Gary Marcellus says:

    Really enjoy the raspberry ale.

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  10. David Morrison says:

    We are Canadians but spend 3 months in Florida where we discovered your beer. Are you trying to get it into Canada?

  11. Love the Pale Ale! It has that slightly bitter edge I love.

  12. Mike May says:

    ….”Tread Lightly Ale”…..Nice with minimal aftertaste…… Definitely worth a second try!!

    • GFBeer says:

      We are happy you have enjoyed! The “Tread Lightly” package is changing, so moving forward, please keep an eye out for our Blonde Ale. Same great beer, awesome new look!

  13. Joy says:

    Thank you for making Gluten free beer! As soon as I see the Non GMO label added to this beer I will purchase some! Thank you!

    • 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.

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