Bov (14954) - Bienne, SWITZERLAND - DEC 23, 2018
UPDATED: DEC 23, 2018 from Qbeer - cloudy orange beer with no foam; aroma of bell pepper and oranges; soft palate, low carbonation, late sharpness, light sweet; aftertaste of vegetables and pepper - different rand (2120) - SWITZERLAND - OCT 21, 2018
Apricot beer with a short, rough and fugacious head. Aromas of peach, passion, spices and tropical fruity. The taste is bitter-sweet at first with tropical fruity, then comes a pungent of pepper and chilli, notes of peach, lemon, passion, dark bread. Fresh but with a piquant taste not very interesting and finally without much bitterness. Otherwise, commonplace. AshtonMcCobb (7983) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - AUG 13, 2018
Bottle from Homebrew Bottle Shop, Oxton in Birkenhead.
Appearance - cloudy orange. Thin attractive lacing.
Nose - light tropical but smoke and lime predominant.
Taste - papaya, smoke and light chilli heat. The chilli spice grows through the glass.
Palate - medium bodied and smoky/spicy. Dry smoky finish.
Overall - interesting beer and tasty. Grows on me. Rasmus40 (25443) - Beder, Aarhus, DENMARK - JAN 21, 2018
Bottle from Alesbymail. Murky dark yellow with a white head. Aroma is sweet, malty, fruity and light hoppy - citrus. Flavor is quite sweet and moderate bitter. Sweet and moderate bitter finish with a minor chili burn. Lacks fresh hoppy aroma. 210118 Stuartyboy (1940) - Ayr, SCOTLAND - OCT 2, 2016
Bottle at home described as a mango pineapple and chilli ipa aroma is fruity with pineapple on the nose flavour starts with soft tropical fruits and hops but is quickly blown away by explosive chilie heat which overpowers everything else decent but poorly ballanced with over dominant chili flavour
minutemat (7829) - Shropshire, ENGLAND - JUL 27, 2016
330ml bottle from Le Beer de Gonzo. Pours hazy amber, fluffy white head. Aroma is light coconut, exotic fruit. Taste is light tropical elements totally over-ridden by the chilli heat on the back of the palate. Not massively into chilli beers, and this perhaps takes things too far. Faint glimpses of coconut valiantly attempt to take the edge off but this heat is here to stay. MayumiH (1214) - - JUN 2, 2016
Bottle at home. Hazy yellow colour. Peach, mango and pineapple with a slight pepper note. Medium body. Interesting. jmgreenuk (12573) - Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA - OCT 8, 2015
Bottle from Cotteridge Wines, Birmingham. Poured a clear straw colour with a frothy white head. The aroma is big fresh grassy hop, zesty citrus. The flavour is moderate bitter with a strong chilli spice, pepper hop palate. Medium bodied with average carbonation. juffage (171) - Leeds, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND - SEP 23, 2015
Bottle from work. Appearance is light and hazy. Genuine LOL at the ’touch of chili’ in the description. Jesus tap dancing Christ, if there’s one thing Mad Hatter don’t do, it’s subtlety. This thing is SPICY. Aroma is better than the taste which is perfectly nice fruity IPA WITH INSANE HEAT. And I’m speaking as a guy who likes spicy food and regularly adds hot sauce to things. Not sure ’chili’ should have been last in the list of ingredients. Like drinking a papaya IPA with a jalapeño in you mouth. I mean, it’s pretty good, but you gotta like spicy! spacecube (1841) - Leeds, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND - AUG 12, 2015
330 ml bottle, pours cloudy, orange gold, aroma is fruity, citrus hops and fresh papaya, chilli on the finish dominated too much though. Medium bodied, oily texture. Finish is spicy. Soft carbonation.