Twisted Pine offers a Chili Beer named Billy’s Chilies (5% ABV and 10 IBU). Billy’s Chilies pours cloudy yellow with a small head that quick recedes. Carbonation is good as Billy’s Chilies keeps bubbling in the glass. The aroma of chilies is amazing and you can easily smell the pepper influence on this beer. I was really impressed with the taste too; there is a nice wheat beer taste with the peppers in the background. The heat is not too hot; it is present, but not overwhelming. I paired this beer with some chicken nachos and it was a very nice pairing. Twisted Pine’s website description of Billy’s Chilies is spot on and I was surprised to see that 5 different peppers are used in brewing this beer, “This light-bodied ale has an amazing chili aroma that jumps out at you. We infuse wheat beer with fresh Serrano, Habenero, Jalapeno, Anaheim, and Fresno chili peppers. Surprisingly, the chili flavor is strong but not overpowering and comes through without lending too much heat. Billy’s Chilies is a very drinkable beer and pairs especially well with food. It finishes dry with a spiciness that will leave you thirsty for more.” I was almost afraid to taste Billy’s Chilies because I thought my mouth might be set afire – this was not the case – Billy’s Chilies was my first Chili Beer and it was a great experience.