Twisted Pine Billy’s Chillies Beer (Timberline Series)

It is still pretty cold out. If not for the wind, it wouldn’t be so bad. It figures that on my day off that I really don’t have to do anything work related, it’s not conducive to doing much. Despite that, I’ve been relatively productive. Anyways, here’s a review of another brew I picked up on vacation.

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ABV: 5%

Style: Chile Beer

Trivia: According to the brewery website, “Serrano, Habanero, Jalapeno, Anaheim, and Fresno chili peppers are the stars of this unfiltered wheat beer, providing wonderfully fresh, spicy aroma and a complex chili pepper taste. The chili flavor is mild, not dominant, thus making for an incredibly drinkable beer that pairs great with food and will leave you thirsty for more.”

Random: I’m still watching reruns of “Criminal Minds.” I’m probably going to have nightmares tonight.

This brew poured with a finger of pure white head that dissipated quickly and left no lacing on the glass. The body was a very cloudy yellow-orange color with heavy carbonation. I think I’m going to appreciate the carbonation when I get to sipping this one. The nose starts with bell peppers and then goes right into spicy chili scents, which is to be expected. The taste started with green bell peppers and then quickly goes into serious chili pepper heat. It then goes into serrano, jalapeno and then habanero that kicks you in the back of the throat. The heat is intense, but not as overpowering as Ghost Face Killa, which for me wasn’t even drinkable. There may have been some subtle malt to it, but as to be expected, the chilis are what take center stage. After a few sips, it’s hard to pick out anything besides chili peppers and heat. The body was on the light side with heavy carbonation. The finish is long with heat that lingers at the back of the throat. I like hot peppers, so I did enjoy this beer, but if you don’t have a high tolerance for spice, I doubt you’d enjoy this one. But, I liked it and would have it again.

Untappd Rating: 3.5/5.0

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