Hangover (1137) - oxford, Georgia, USA - MAR 2, 2015
Clear golden pour with strange floating sediment. Aroma is peppery to say the least. It burns your nose. If I had to pick a particular pepper from the flavor profile it would be Habanero. It all blends together after a few seconds. Not as hot as an actual habanero but it sure as heck burns going down. I wish I would have had it with tacos or a Mexican dish. Points for originality. If you drank a sixer of this you will probably get an ulcer. jrodooo5 (1680) - DOVER, Delaware, USA - DEC 25, 2014
Unique but pretty "unbeer" like. The pepper flavor really stands out in the aroma & certainly in the taste! It kind of burns going down & leaves a pretty strong aftertaste. I appreciate the originality here! Frank (4208) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - DEC 24, 2014
Holy hell this beer is a piece of crap. It smells like Tobasco sauce and cardboard and is full of gross yeast chunks and garbage. It tastes better than it smells but that is a different things than it tasting good. It’s not too hot and some slight sweetness brings out the fruitiness of the peppers. There chili pepper beers now that take the idea beyond a novelty these days so I just can’t see the need for something that tastes like a bland blond ale with peepers added wily nilly. Dogbrick (13144) - Columbus, Ohio, USA - NOV 14, 2014
Sample at Kurtkeller 018: Tequila-aged and Let’s Agree to Ruin Our Evening with Pepper beers-tastic 01 on 11/04/2014. Hazy golden color with a medium foamy white head that recedes steadily. Short strings of lacing. Chili peppers and malt in the nose. Light to medium body with a fairly strong jalapeno character and some biscuit malt behind it. The finish is spicy with a peppery aftertaste. Middling one-note beer overall. DocJitsu (1992) - Pensacola, Florida, USA - NOV 2, 2014
Where’s a murky golden color with vegetable matter floating throughout. A short white head forms and retains fairly well. Hey huge fresh chili nose is noted. Medium bodied with sufficient burn on the back of the throat from the chilies. A bit of butter in the flavor but dominated by fresh chilies. My wife said I should have saved it for the chili we’re having tomorrow night.
Nsanders (1150) - St Paul, Minnesota, USA - OCT 25, 2014
Bottle. Yellow brown with a huge off white head and floating particles. Fresh jalapenos, vegetal, wheat and more peppers. Flavor has an initial green stemmy flavor and then opens straight up to peppery heat. This is reminiscent of their ghost face killah in that it is very spicy to the point that you almost want another beverage just to wash it down. rosenbergh (11610) - Tampere, FINLAND - OCT 23, 2014
12 oz bottle. (Bruisin Ales) Asheville, NC.gregwilsonstl (2527) - St. Louis, Missouri, USA - OCT 16, 2014
Hazy golden colour with a bubbling white head which disappears very quickly.
Chilies... chilies and... chilies in the aroma. Actually there’s some toffee sweetness behind the chili aroma. The flavour is first beer and then just burning chili... it burns.
UPDATED: JUN 13, 2015 Initially rated 10/16/2014......fixed typo in 2015....... Abundance of chilies. Not hot, but very peppery. Too much pepper by itself, this really needs to be eaten with chili. Well done for a gimmick. slowrunner77 (12144) - Reno, Nevada, USA - OCT 4, 2014
"huge pepper aroma hits you as soon as the top is popped. looks like a cloudyish macro lager. the taste is ok at first...lots of chilies but the beer underneath never makes an appearance, and it isn’t very spicy, but burns the throat on the way down. cool as a novelty and smells great if you like peppers, but the drinkability is super low. glad i shared the bottle. cool concept that needs to be toned down a bit."
zach8270 (4021) - Henrietta, New York, USA - JUN 19, 2014
(bottle - 12 oz) Cloudy gold with a thin white head. Raw pepper juice in the aroma with not much else. Hot and spicy pepper juice in the flavor. Couldn’t taste any actual beer. Not my thing.