Due to increased demand for great tasting gluten-free beer, New Planet Beer has been busy expanding to new states!

As of the end of May, we were selling beer in 8 states: Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Utah, and Wyoming. And… This June we’ll be selling beer in 4 more states: California, Florida, North Dakota, and Nebraska. We’ll continue this expansion with the plan to sell our beer in a total of 20 states by the end of the year. If we’re still not in your state by the end of the year, we’ll be working hard to distribute there in the near future!

To locate New Planet Beer in one of the 8 states, visit our Beer Locator.


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8 replies
  1. Chris
    Chris says:

    Last month a friend of mine brought back your beer for me to try. Great Job, best GF beer I have had! Place Illinois on a wish list.

  2. GFmomof1
    GFmomof1 says:

    Do you package in cans? Our golf course finally started carrying your beer (after months of begging) but they won’t put it on the beverage cart because of the glass bottles!

    • GFBeer
      GFBeer says:

      We don’t use cans yet, but we are looking into it for future production possibilities. Thanks for reaching out.

    JANE HEFTI says:

    Hello. Recently diagnosed celiac, I live in TX, where under current law only 3 GF beers can be sold. Just visited daughter and family in Denver and was able to sample your wonderful ales.

  4. Paula Leatherwood
    Paula Leatherwood says:

    Please consider expanding to North Carolina… Asheville, to be specific. It’s “Beer City USA” for the 3rd consecutive year and we need more options for the many here who live GF but still enjoy a tasty brew!

  5. Tami
    Tami says:

    Please Please come to New Jersey!! Near Atlantic City !! Im thirsty and parched for Gluten Free Beer — Have a friend who owns a bar, he would love to have it in his package goods! Tried it in Key West and fell in love with it! New Planet is awesome! Blows the other GF beer away!!!


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