Recipe by BOATER RON
"It gets cold here in Nova Scotia in the winter and we love our beer, so put a little heat to a cool drink to warm you up for that walk home from the bar."
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1 (12 fluid ounce) can
hot pepper sauce (e.g. Tabasco™)
I added a few dashes to my husband's glass of beer. Also used smoked Tabasco. You don't taste it at first, but it creeps up on you! I would use any hot sauce I had on hand.
Ouch my lips! But it's totally yummy, and I can imagine if I did need warming up, this might do the trick despite the beer's frostiness.
Love beer, love spice and I thought that this was absolutely terrific! I have to say that I added a LOT more hot sauce and you don't even feel it until after you've swallowed. YUM! Why didn't I ever think of this? Good stuff Boater Ron!
Right up my alley! Frosted mug of beer and hot sauce. This is so good and I must admit I did add a few more dashes of hot sauce. I used a non-vinegar based hot sauce. I think I'll have another...
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