About Us

Our purpose

We founded Tombstone Brewing Company in 2016 to bring world class beer to the Town Too Tough to Die. Started in legendary Tombstone, Arizona and now brewing in the heart of Phoenix too, we seek to create an inviting, laid-back environment where people can casually gather for a pint as well as an exciting destination within a destination for beer lovers, crafting ales and lagers that range from the traditional to the far reaches of what beer can be.

Our story

Tombstone Brewing began in a sort of stereotypical fashion, a dream born out of years of homebrewing and work in a different career. The years of experimentation and sampling of craft beers around the country provided us with the knowledge of what beers people like and what it takes to make good beer. To this day, Tombstone Brewing continues to experiment, research, and find the ingredients to make the best beers possible for our wonderful customers.

Keep up with our story on our blog

That’s not the entire story though, as beer enthusiasts we are excited to share our experiences and the brewery’s evolution through our blog, which is regularly updated to keep you informed on the latest adventures of the Tombstone Brewing journey. Make sure to check it out!

Latest blog posts

Brewer’s Blog: Der Amerikanische Bierbrauer

In the past year, we released two beers inspired by historical pilsners: Dreher's Original Bohemian Lager, which was inspired by the original lager from Anton Dreher's Michelob brewery, and Beer for Connoisseurs, which was inspired [...]

Brewer’s Blog: Bioacidification

Over the course of the last year, Tombstone lagers have evolved just a little bit with each batch. We started with eliminating oxygen from the hot side of our brewing process to help retain some [...]

More Classic Styles: Bavarian Style Hefeweizen and Irish Dry Stout

While we may love brewing one off hazy IPA's, nothing makes the brewers in Tombstone happier than to get to sneak in some classic styles from time to time. Surprisingly, hefeweizens are probably our most [...]