Beehive Brothers - Jalapeno Hot Sauce

Beehive Brothers - Jalapeno Hot Sauce

A+5.0 / 5 1 REVIEW


Beehive Brothers
Big Sky, MT, United States




Vinger, Jalapeno Peppers, Garlic, Salt


Official: "Small batch artisan hot sauce made with pride in Bozeman, Montana using produce grown by small farmers [sic] in Montana, Wyoming, and Idaho. Beehive Brothers is a collaboration between two brothers living in Big Sky, Montana who are dedicated to eating and sharing locally sourced food."

User Reviews

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  • A+5.0

    Reviewed by on March 24th, 2018

    • Taste: 5
    • Aroma: 5
    • Looks: 5
    • Heat: 2.5
    • Label: 4.7


    Well done. Professional. Largely black and white with colorful detail where is matters. Bespeaks it roots in Montana's mountains. The label is not smeared with gratuitous self-promotion.


    Looks like a high-quality verde hot sauce, slightly chunky, with the right colors, and slight separation at the top of the bottle.


    Definitely a tart and vinegary aroma. Hits your nostrils in a pleasant way as well-made sauces do.


    Taste is tart and vinegary. The jalapeño shines through with most of its greenness.


    This sauce ranks at the bottom of the scale printed on the label and is called mild. I think it a bit spicier than mild. Will not give you a kick in the morning when you are over the porcelin throne but has a very nice spice in the mouth. I did not buy it for its heat. Flavor was what I was after.


    I found this on a skiing trip to Big Sky, Montana. The breakfast diner was serving this alongside Tabasco and another hot sauces. This won my heart and I went home a bottle of it and two other sauces from the Beehive Brothers. See my other reviews. One of those sauces was their red ripe serrano hot sauce. I paired that with the jalapeño sauce on my recreation of huevos divorciados: two eggs over-easy, one doused in red sauce, the other in green. Them's some great huevos. Maybe extremely hard to get outside of Southern Montana, but worth the effort. This is clearly not a mass-produced sauce, today, 3-24-18.

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