New Planet Beer works with the Fort Collins Brewery to brew their certified gluten-free beer recipe. With Fort Collins Brewery’s dedication to detail, they are able to properly prepare every batch that meets our 100% gluten-free guarantee. To learn more about the certification process, visit Gluten-Free Beer.

Who is the Fort Collins Brewery and what do they do? Simply put (but most importantly) they’re a family owned business that has more than seven years of hands-on craft brewing experience. The hopes and aspirations of the Fort Collins Brewery is to move closer to the heart of Old Town Fort Collins, create a spot for their own complete with restaurant and tasting room. But, for now they’re satisfied with seven full time brews and an award winning portfolio of seasonal and special release beers (just some of their awards are medals at the Great American Beer Festival, U.S. Open Beer Championship, Craft Lager Festival and the U.S. Beer Tasting Championship and more to come in the future…) When the guys at Fort Collins Brewery aren’t brewing they’re busy reaping the fruits of their labor at beer festivals like the Boulder Beer & Music Festival.


Logo of Boulder County CeliacsIn support of our friends with Celiac Disease, New Planet Beer conducted a tasting at the Boulder County Celiac Chapter’s monthly meeting on April 21st at the Left Hand Grange Hall. The agenda included a great discussion on travelling gluten-free and sampling the delicious gluten-free pizza and pretzels from Its All Good- Gluten Free Patisserie, an up-and-coming gluten-free bakery in Boulder, CO. And what is a perfect beverage for pizza? We know,  New Planet’s Tread Lightly Ale. The members of the Boulder County Celiacs Chapter seemed to agree with us as complements on Tread Lightly’s taste and drinkability flowed freely. Drew Carrol even pronounced, “Out of all of the gluten-free beers, New Planet Beer is my favorite!” We’d like to send a big “thank you: to the members and organizers of the Boulder County Celiac Chapter for hosting us.

Watch what Tiffany Jackobowski, President of the Boulder County Celiacs, has to say about Tread Lightly Ale.