daknole (11047) - Scottsdale, Arizona, USA - AUG 16, 2014
Amber pour, off white head. Spicy. Very pepper forward. The burn
Kept going. As it warned I got some honeyed notes, light Belgian yeast. Just a bit too much heat. sailracer (486) - Massachusetts, USA - AUG 14, 2014
Bottle. I’m not usually a fan of the chili pepper beers, but this one wasn’t bad. It has a pleasant chili burn and a flavor with a nice balance between bitter and sweet. A pleasant surprise. vtafro (7445) - Wayne, New Jersey, USA - AUG 6, 2014
Bottle. Golden pour with white head. Agave, some fruit and malty aromas. Spicy pepper flavors dominate. rweingarten (46) - Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA - JUN 10, 2014
This beer was a fun pour with immediate hotness. The spiciness stayed on throughout the drink. umich03jm (3513) - Flat Rock, Michigan, USA - MAY 21, 2014
750 ml bottle thanks to WillRunForBeer. Pours a beautiful reddish-amber color with a big frothy head that fades quickly to a ring. Aroma are smokey peppers, cereal, mango, bubblegum, and herbs. Taste has strong habanero pepper heat to mix with some light cereal sweetness and bubblegum. Peppers are a bit too strong in this but it’s still pretty enjoyable.
ClarkVV (6700) - Boston, Massachusetts, USA - APR 12, 2014
On draught around Boston and at the brewery, 2013/2014AirForceHops (7233) - Epping, New Hampshire, USA - APR 6, 2014
Chestnut brown body shows a good clarity with light auburn tints to it. Light beige/tan head is well-retained, especially for a chili beer.
Light biscuity/nutty malt and rye notes in the nose, with a hint of sweetness and a bit of chili pepper-like spiciness on the end. A touch of fruitiness from the yeast esters. Very mellow and softened by the yeast, as claimed.
Spicy rye and red pepper notes up front with a soft, supple body and creamy, tight carbonation. Light vanilla and cream-like maltiness balances perfectly and the slow building but very spicy habanero burn kicks in on the finish. Assertively spicy but really nicely balanced and drinkable (assuming you can handle chili pepper heat). One of the best chili pepper beers out there. It’s great that they put a lot in to the beer aspect of it, and it shows.
It’s a shame seeing all these worthless Danish ratings of the beer. Wish they could all just be deleted.
750 ml bottle purchased at the Brewery. Bottle on 1-14-14, Batch 25 at 6.8%. Amber/ reddish color without any head retention. Nose is vegetable in nature with herbs and grass. radarsock (1192) - Massachusetts, USA - APR 4, 2014
Flavor is similar to a green salad. Romaine lettuce, Italian spices, with just a light kick of habanera pepper in the finish. The heat is mild and not overdone. The texture is lightly syrupy and give all the herbs and spices some balance. Kind of a bit lighter in body. It’s kind of like drinking a spicy salad. It deliver exactly what the brewers say it is and because of that it really is a nice brew if you enjoy drinking something spicy. Well made.
$10 for the 750 mL bottle purchased from the source Tuesday evening. To oversized brandy snifter, it pours a murky, light brown-tinted firebrick scarlet with which a sudsy, off-beige head 1 finger in length stood. On label, it reads: "Alc. 6.8% by Vol. Batch #25. Bottled on: 1-11.14." Served just under 50°F. Aromas straightaway of Karo and blue agave syrups, vanilla extract, smoked mesquite, cheap rolling tobacco, buckwheat honey, fish oil, sage, and caramel malt. No pepper heat detectable on nose. Tastes the same with the addition of chili peppers, wheat grain, noble hops, and burnt wool. Cardamom, bitter orange peel, booze, and a lingering hot spiciness experienced by swallow. This is a ballsy, fun idea, but not a thoroughly great one, if I can be so bold. Not necessarily a "palate-wrecker", but certainly a brew wherein only a few limited food items should go fittingly with it during a hearty meal. Another captivating "WTF?!" kind of beer. Don’t drink alone. anthony850 (472) - Andover, New Jersey, USA - MAR 24, 2014
On tap at brewery sweet beer with a hot kick build up great for Mexican food.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone beechner224 (1024) - Melbourne, Florida, USA - MAR 15, 2014
Bottle thanks to bleeps. Pours a ruby red cloudy, white head. Aroma of Belgium yeast and malt sweetness. Taste is sweet, smooth, then heat takes over in the backebd. Good balance, lives to the name. Prob best spice beer I’ve had.