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So far Matt Brown has created 35 blog entries.

June 2017

Brewer’s Blog: On Deck – Amber Ale

It seems that every time I sit down to write a blog post, I know pretty much what I want to say. However, I never know how to introduce it. I never claimed to be a writer... I'm just here to make beer and tell people about it, so for this one I'm just going [...]

Canning Line Progress

The good folks at Alpha Brew Ops, who are making the canning line we'll be getting very soon, sent us some very cool videos today. They show the canning line in action for some test runs. Here are some cans getting filled: Here are ends getting placed on top: And here's the seamer attaching the ends to [...]

May 2017

We Named Some Beers!

We've mostly just called beers what they are until now. We brew an IPA and we call it IPA. We brew an imperial stout and we call it imperial stout. Naming doesn't come naturally to us, so the time and effort that we would've had to have put into names went into the product. Even the [...]

Brewer’s Blog: Continuing to Roll Out New Beers

It seems like every time Matt and I get the opportunity to get out of the brewery, hang out with other brewers, and stay up late drinking beers, we have the best brainstorming sessions about the future of Tombstone beers. Every time we get these chances, I always come back super excited about what we've [...]

April 2017

Our New Extreme Hoppy And Sour Beers

We decided to take a different and far more extreme approach to the new beers we have going out to accounts next week. We're taking things to a whole new level. The first beer we've changed up significantly is our new dry-hopped sour. We're still trying to come up with a name to distinguish it [...]

Two Huge Steps Toward Unfettered Barrel Insanity

Our Barrel Society got exactly the sort of response we'd hoped it would, and the way we did it ($200, $325, or $400 for 12, 24, or 30 killer barrel beers over the course of the year) is sure to result in high expectations. However, we're committed not just to exceeding those expectations, but blowing them [...]

March 2017

Brewer’s Blog: Barrel Society Update

First of all, I want to give a big thank you to everyone that has signed up so far! We're off to a really good start and with the interest we've had, we're starting to get a better picture of just how big we can make this. Today we went ahead and ordered two 40' [...]

Norwegian Farmhouse IPA!

Of all the beers we've brewed, our newest release is by far the most unusual. Behold, Tombstone Brewing Company's Norwegian Farmhouse IPA: It's made with a fascinating yeast known as kveik, which Weedy discussed here. The specific strain we're using has been passed down for generations in Norway, saved in dried yeast rings in open air. But the yeast [...]

February 2017

Brewer’s Blog: Upcoming Beers for March Include Kveik, Pils, Gose, Dry-Hopped Sour, and More

After a crazy month in February packed with events, bottle releases, and our taproom grand opening, I'm excited to get back to just focusing on brewing in March. In the coming month, we've got the beers that I've been most excited about brewing ever since we started brewing back in October. While we've had a [...]

January 2017

Brewer’s Blog: February Beers

After brewing some lagers and Brett beer in December and January, things seemed like they had slowed down for a while at the brewery. Following the release of those beers, I had to get caught back up on brewing our IPA and Imperial Stout again and I felt like I hadn't had anything to blog [...]