“Six kinds of hot chili peppers go into this firey-ass beer, including the infamous ghost pepper…”
The brewers at Twisted Pine wear masks and gloves to cut ghost peppers for the Ghost Face Killah beer, which also includes anaheim, fresno, jalapeno, serrano, and habanero peppers. “It’s like getting maced in the throat; says Twisted Pine logistics, linguistics, and statistics manager Justin Tilotta, “There’s a select portion of the population we call the heat freaks and that’s why we made [this beer].”
The Food: home-cooked breakfast
The Beer: Twisted Pine Ghost Face Killah Chili Beer
Pair Ghost Face Killah with Ice-cream or milk, say the folks at Twisted Pine, because that is all that is going to help you with this brew. Or use it as a kitchen tool, to marinade meats, make sauce, dash on vegetables or in a gravy recipe… wherever you want to bring the heat. This beer for breakfast is available in 12-ounce bottles, and good for people who enjoy drinking sriracha sauce.