aracauna (3734) - Georgia, USA - MAY 10, 2003
Ok, this was for me an oddly dichotomous beer. On the one hand, I could tell there was some quality here. The actual beer underneath the chile would have been boring. Not much body or flavor, but the chile flavor is legit and actually meshes well with the beer. Still something about it doesn't sit well with me and I couldn't finish it. Gusler (2652) - Tucson, Arizona, USA - APR 29, 2002
Being from Arizona, where 'Everything is available with 'Salza', 'Chilies' are a mainstay of many meals, this should be a 'Hoot'. Clear gold in color, minimal white head some lace. Nose, the 'archetypal green chili' aroma. Front is slightly sweet, the top thin, the finish is dry, lightly acidic, some hops, 'Peppery', spicy, sure the hell different. Actually drinkable, unlike the the Arizona version Ed's Chili Beer, can't remember if I rated it here, but will pick up a bottle and compare.
joet (2680) - Wilsonville, Oregon, USA - APR 9, 2002
Aroma is a rich green chili. An expert could tell you where and the day it was picked it's so bright and detailed. Headless clear golden SPN 2.7 or so. Light wheatish flavors, a bit piquant, light sweet malt, honts of honey. Delish.