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October 2021

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

May 2021

Brewer’s Blog: The Return of A Tombstone Classic- English Premium Ale

If you've followed Tombstone Brewing for a while now, you know that although we love brewing hazy IPAs, stouts, sours, and experimental styles, the thing that really gets us excited is brewing classic styles and going all in on the little details to present them in a manner as traditionally as possible. One beer in [...]

September 2020

Brewer’s Blog: TBC Adopts Low Oxygen Brewing Techniques, Upcoming Beers

As I sit down to type up this post, it strikes me that this is a pretty comical way of eating my words. Not only am I excited about using new techniques that I had written off and even mocked a little bit, but I'm also announcing the release of a style that I've called [...]

March 2020

Brewer’s Blog: Beer for Connoisseurs, Dreher’s Original, Historical Lager Mini-Series

In the past couple weeks we've had to make a few changes to our production schedule due to unforeseen circumstances. Fortunately, our schedule has been only slightly impacted and the biggest change from our plan actually resulted in something that I'm pretty excited about anyways. For almost a year now, I've been joking that Tombstone [...]

August 2017

Our Canning Line Arrived!

Although we'd arranged for the canning line to be delivered at 8:00 a.m. this morning, I showed up fifteen minutes early to an angry trucker who'd been waiting for me for quite some time, apparently. Weedy pulled up a few minutes later, and when the driver opened the back of the trailer, here's what we [...]