Twisted Pine Brewing Company in Boulder, Colorado. The first thing that struck me was the spelling of "Chilies" which I have always spelled with two "Ls". Here's a website that tries to explain that but in the end says not to bother caring about spelling. Nice colorful label depicting each of the pepper types. Here we go. I'm on the edge of my seat.
Spicy peppery smell, but not overboard and with an unexpected touch of sweetness too. OK. So this beer tries to trick you in the beginning, with an initial sweet honey flavor. They probably did that on purpose to tease you as to what is coming next. BLAMO! Hot pepper spicy and burny in the back of your throat, in your neck and all over your chest. But in a good way, LOL!
I don't know that there is really anything else to say about this beer. It tastes like a vegetable garden in Mexico, with a super strong Habanero pepper flavor, like the ones I've been nibbling on at lunches at Zona Fresca way too regularly. Hot and interesting. I really do like it as I love my spicy foods, but only once in a while as a novelty. I bet this is an awesome cooking beer, too. Nice burn lasts on your tongue and palate for a long time. And I'll be damned if even my ears aren't burning. Really! ONLY if you like spicy peppers.
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