I came to this topic late but want to add some info you all might be interested in. I live in Northern Michigan and I went to a beer dinner at Short's brewing in Bellaire, MI and he had a Tomato beer he called "Bloody Beer" and it was remarkably good if you like bloody mary's. Here's Joe Short's description: Specialty beer fermented with roma tomatoes, tellichery pepper, celery seeds, fresh horseradish & dill. That's all I know. I dont know if he only put tomatoes in the ferm. or added any in the mash, or boil, you would have to experiment to find out what works best.