If your store is out of New Planet Beer, don’t worry – we have new stock on the way.

New Planet Beer has some exciting news to share – our beer is going to be brewed in a new and bigger facility! What does that mean? Well, Fort Collins Brewery, who we contract to brew our beer, has upgraded their production facility so they can brew even more beer, which means more New Planet Beer for all of you. In the short term you may experience a shortage of Tread Lightly Ale in this transition, but don’t fret because in August we’ll be back in full stock and ready to serve our fans. After this move you should experience less Tread Lightly Ale shortages in the stores you frequently visit. Don’t forget we just launched 3R Raspberry Ale, so if you don’t see that on the shelves, please let that store know you’d like them to carry the product. It takes fans like you to help gluten-free customers get the selection they deserve. Thanks for all of your support during this transition and we’ll make sure the beer is heavily stocked going forward.

4 replies
  1. Terri Stephens
    Terri Stephens says:

    I love the raspberry beer. I was a little worried about trying raspberry since I’m not a fan of raspberry flavored products. But the beer was great. Keep it coming…. Love the tread lightly ale too. It tastes like regular beer. I don’t like the pale ale. It has bad aftertaste.

    • GFBeer
      GFBeer says:

      Thank you for enjoying our beer. You might want to keep and eye out for our Belgian Ale as well, since it has bright fruit and spice notes, with a smooth finish. The aftertaste you referred to in our Pale Ale is most likely hops. Our Pale is distinctly hoppy, offering bright bitterness and citrus notes in the finish. Though it may not be your “cup of tea” it is our flagship ale and loved by “hop-heads.” 🙂

  2. Cheryl
    Cheryl says:

    Where can I find New Planet Tread Lightly in Michigan? Preferably near zip 48374. Otherwise, is there a website where I can order it?


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