New Planet Beer gets mentioned and reviewed in the press and blogs. Here are the latest links, documents and quotes from our media followers. If you have an interest in connecting with New Planet Beer for media purposes, please contact us directly.
New Planet Beer Press Releases
- It’s a Gluten-Free Holiday!
- New Planet Beer comes to Louisiana
- New Planet Beer Expands to Keep Up with National Demand
- The Search for Gluten-Free Beer is Over, Thanks to a Partnership Between Find Me Gluten Free and New Planet Beer Company
- New Planet’s Tread Lightly Ale Featured #1 Low-Calorie, Gluten-Free Beer on Find The Best.com
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March, 2013: Craft Brewing Business – “Start to Finish.”
October/November 2012: Rocky Mountain Brewing News “Give Up or Go With the Growing Gluten Free Options”
October 26, 2012: Boulder County Business Report “6 Local Craft Brewers Toasted at Fest”
October 15, 2012: Boulder Daily Camera “New Planet Beer Extends Agreement with Fort Collins Brewer”
October 14, 2012: Denver Business Journal “Colorado Breweries honored at GABF”
October 2012: Modern Brewery Age “New Planet Gluten-free Beer” page 8.
October 2012: Draft Magazine, “Sixer: Gluten-free beers“
October 11, 2012: Boulder Weekly Tidbites “Find Your Gluten-Free Fix”
October 1, 2012: San Francisco Chronicle “The Search for Gluten-Free Beer is Over”
October 2012: Channel ABC 15: “Gluten Free Foodie Tour” in AZ.
October 2012: Women’s Health Magazine, “New Planet Tread Lightly Ale Beer”.
September 2012: “Times Union” New Planet’s Tread Lightly Ale Featured.
September 27, 2012: Brewbound.com “New Planet Beer Company Partners with Find Me Gluten Free”.
September 27, 2012: Philly Burb “Find Me Gluten Free Beer app adds beer to directory”
September 25, 2012: Vail Daily “Gluten Free Starts with Gluten Wise”
June/July 2012: Living Without: “Gluten Free Brewing Bonanza”
June 2012: Brewing Bonaza, “Are de-glutenized beers truly rendered gluten-free by new manufacturing processes?” PDF upon request.May 2012: WCIU Talk Show, Summer beer review including New Planet Beer
April 2012: Denver Life Magazine, Colorado’s Most Hoppin’ Beers. PDF upon request.
May 2012: The Washington Post Newspaper, “Intoxicating options for the gluten-intolerant.”
May 2012: Paste Magazine, “most comprehensive gluten-free-beer tasting”
March 2012: Easy Eats, “The conclusion: there’s a little something for everyone from New Planet.”
November 2011: Men’s Health, “Here are eight of the best options we’ve found.”
November 2011: All About Beer Magazine, “I’m old enough to remember when gluten-free beers were dreadful, truly awful things. This is not!”
October 2011: American Airlines, “But now, thanks to a variety of (tasty) gluten-free options, you can be cracking open an ice-cod beer with your pals in no time.”
October 2011: The MetroWest Daily News, “It’s a very personal experience to be able to enjoy a product that you haven’t been able to enjoy for a long time because for the longest time there wasn’t anything out there.”
October 2011: Daily Camera, “The Camera recently spoke to Gonzalez about his business.”
July 2011: HeraldNet, ”People are becoming more knowledgeable of the symptoms in which gluten can cause on one’s health.”
May 2011: DNews.com, Brewing Success: “We wanted to share our brew. I began selling it out of my truck. That was how we started New Planet.”
April 2011: On the Menu..Live! with Matt Russell, Founders Pedro and Seneca were interviewed on air about New Planet Beer with a live beer tasting.
April 2011: The Denver Post, “New Planet is expanding its gluten-free lineup with Off Grid Pale Ale, made with sorghum and brown rice extract.”
March 2011: The Denver Post, “Pedro Gonzalez, co-founder of gluten-free beer company New Planet Beer, said he’s eager to see if the brewers his company works with can find a recipe that appeals to customers the way some millet-based imports do.”
March 2011: Forbes, “Colorado agriculture officials are turning to brewers to see if they can help boost the state’s sales of millet, a cereal grain that so far is a sliver of the nation’s food industry.”
March 2011: Daily Camera, “New Planet’s beer lineup eschews wheat and barley, wins accolades.”
March 2011: Draft Magazine, “Pop open a bottle and you’re immediately greeted by a robust hop-forward aroma.”
February 2011: Colorado Springs Independent, “Gluten-free Boulder brewery New Planet Beer released a new beer this month called Off Grid Pale Ale”
February 2011: Beernews.org, “New Planet Beer Off Grid Pale Ale Just Released”
October 2010: The Denver Post, “But try finding a brew made without barley or wheat. Not so easy, is it?”
August 2010: The Daily Camera, “There’s a berry in my beer: 3 produce-stand beers that rise above the crowd”
July 2010: The Daily Camera, “Local breweries bursting with new beer and greater quantities of it”
June 2010: The Boulder County Business Report, “Gluten-free beer”
June 2010: The Daily Camera, “Happy hour without the gluten: no need to miss out on Boulder’s favorite time to socialize”
June 2010: The Coloradoan,“Fort Collins Brewery expands contract brewing with Boulder brewer”
June 2010: The Denver Post, “Drink Up: Tread Lightly Ale by New Planet Beer Co.”
June 2010: 9NEWS.com Gadgets for Dear Old Dad, “This is described as old-style beer for new-style beer drinkers. It is brewed right here in Colorado by New Planet and it is gluten-free.”
May 2010: 5280 Magazine. Six-Pack of the Week: Tread Lightly Ale, “New Planet Beer, a two-year-old company based in Boulder, has accomplished the feat, with a unique recipe utilizing corn and sorghum.
May 2010: Daily Camera “Boulder’s Beers”
May 2010: Boulder Weekly “Food happenings around town: Gluten-free beer”
April 2010: Boulder County Business Report “Gluten-free beer expands distribution.”
November 2009: Daily Camera “Gluten-free beer: New Boulder suds- sans wheat.”
December 2012: Gluten Dude: “How to Pack for a Gluten-Free Vacation”
December 2012: Gluten Free For Men: “New Planet Beer Sets the Bar for GF Brew”
October 2012: Fermentally Challenged “New Planet Beer”
October 12, 2012: The Full Pint: “Gluten Free Brewer New Planet Beer Expands Operations”.
October 13, 2012: TMR Zoo – Men’s Entertainment Devolved “New Planet Beer Company Expands to Keep Up with National Demand”
October 2, 2012: The Examiner.com “New Planet Beer Company’s Tread Lightly Ale”
October 2012: My Gluten Free Lifestyle “NFCA Appetite for Awareness”
August 2012: Andrew Cordova’s We Are Gluten Free. com “New Planet Beer Review You Tube Video”
August 10, 2012: The Examiner: “Cheers to Gluten-Free Beer from New Planet”
July 26, 2012: 365 Gluten Free “New Planet Beer 3R Raspberry BEER Cake”
July 2012: Gluten Dude “Gluten Free Beer: A New Era”
July 2012: Gluten Free With Kimberly, “New Planet Beers are the perfect way to refresh your spirit and invigorate the planet!”May 2012: No Gluten, No Problem, “gluten-free brew held its own against a panel of barley beers”April 2012: The Glutenator, “New Planet Off Grid Pale Ale has been by favorite.”March 2012: Progressive Nectar, “A delicious Blonde Ale from Boulder, Colorado.”
March, 2012: Happy Mothering, “They all taste really great. I normally don’t like Pale Ale, but I was happy with the Off Grid Pale Ale.”
March, 2012: My Soul’s Role, ”Now that sounds like my kind of company!”
April, 2012: Applejack Wine & Spirits Blog, ”New Planet is my go to everyday sipping brew.”
October 2011: Gluten-Free Chicano, “Recently a miracle of marketing savvy has brought a small wave of gluten-free beers to market.”
August 2011: Gluten Free Mike, “Love at first sip.”
July 2011: Every Other Thursday, “New Planet should be extremely proud of all their beers yet to me this (Off Grid Pale Ale) takes the crown as their best.”
June 2011: Gluten-Free is Life, “What I love about New Planet is the variety so that there is something for everyone!”
June 2011: Sustainable Ken, “The 3R Raspberry is refreshing with a hint of raspberry and if you like a darker beer with a bold taste, then the Off Grid Pale Ale is for you.”
May 2011: Imbibe.com, “Looking for a decent gluten-free beer? Here are five to try.”
April 2011: Celiac.com, “I never considered myself much of a beer drinker until I had to go on a gluten free diet, and it wasn’t until that moment then that I realized how many beer choices I once had.”
March 2011: CraftBeer, “After some trial and error, they settled on a recipe that would become Tread Lightly Ale.”
February 2011: Gluten Free Appetite, “But if you can get your hands on Off Grid Pale Ale, I definitely recommend it. Tastes pretty much like the “real” deal.”
February 2011: Beeradvocate, “New Planet Beer Launches Third Craft Gluten-Free Beer – Off Grid Pale Ale”
February 2011: GlutenFreePDX, “It’s definitely not everyday that you come across a Gluten-Free beer company that you’ve never heard of before!”
January 2011: Gluten Hates Me, “The 3R Raspberry is smooth, clean but with a hint of fruitiness. Just the tiniest bit of fruit flavor with only a bit of sweetness. SUPER REFRESHING! Love it!”
December 2010: TriplePundit (People, Planet, Profit), “While you are relaxing and enjoying a smooth brew, you can feel better knowing your drink didn’t harm the environment and you can even support a cause.”
October 2010: A Happy Gluten-Free Website, “New Planet Beer Company makes Good Gluten Free Brew”
June 2010: No Gluten, No Problem, “The Great Gluten-Free Blind Beer Tasting”
June/July 2010: Living Without Limits. “Beer taste, selection, availability. Three cheers for gluten-free beer“
March 2010: Elephant Journal “Gluten-Free beer that tastes Gluten-free-free. I give it an 11. It’s great with little sandwiches.”
February 2010: The Story Behind the Beer: An interview with the New Planet Beer founders on the Youtube: Gluten Free Channel.