lager

October 2021

Brewer’s Blog: Bioacidification

2022-09-26T21:18:16-07:00

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 of the subtle malt flavors and produce paler, brighter beers. We began fermenting extra cold to achieve 100% natural carbonation. [...]

Brewer’s Blog: Bioacidification2022-09-26T21:18:16-07:00

August 2019

Fresh Lagers!

2022-09-26T21:18:16-07:00

There are few beers that make us more excited than our lagers. That makes today especially exciting, as we just canned two of them. Of the lagers we've made, one of our favorites - and certainly the one we've brewed the most - is our German Pils. It's as pale a beer as we can [...]

Fresh Lagers!2022-09-26T21:18:16-07:00

July 2018

Brewer’s Blog: Lagers for Today’s Craft Beer Enthusiasts

2022-09-26T21:18:16-07:00

It seems like for the last three or four years, during almost every discussion panel, podcast, interview, etc. I've participated in, the question "What is the next trend in craft beers?" has been asked. So frequently, the answer I hear is "Lagers." However, during that same 3-4 year span, lagers haven't really taken off. With [...]

Brewer’s Blog: Lagers for Today’s Craft Beer Enthusiasts2022-09-26T21:18:16-07:00

November 2016

Brewer’s Blog: Lemondrop Helles

2022-09-26T21:18:17-07:00

Until the time that I went to Germany for school, I didn't have much of an affection for Helles or Pilseners. I had a thought that German brewers were stuck in the past and that the Helles and Pils styles should have evolved to keep up with other modern styles. In a way, the German [...]

Brewer’s Blog: Lemondrop Helles2022-09-26T21:18:17-07:00

The Michelada

2022-09-26T21:18:17-07:00

Meet our blonde ale: It's so crystal clear you can read the newspaper through it when it's in brown glass: We affectionally call it "la guera," and it isn't an easy beer to make. There's no room to hide a problem, as every little part of the beer is exposed. Not to brag, but we nailed it. [...]

The Michelada2022-09-26T21:18:17-07:00
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