Eat Beer Hot Sauce | Yellow Thai Racer

(6 customer reviews)


Asian Umami, in a hot sauce!

2nd Place winner of the 2019 Scovie Award  Unique Hot Sauce category!

Fatalii chili peppers bring a strong upfront heat, followed by citrus flavored hops from Bear Republic Brewing Co. Racer 5 IPA and combine with yellow Thai curry ingredients: ginger, galangal, garlic, coriander, cumin coconut milk and lime juice. This hot sauce is wonderful on chicken, tofu, eggs, seafood or pretty much any protein and great in a stir fry, ramen, pho, aioli or on a pizza slice with shrimp.

23 ingredients? It makes a difference!

Great as a hot sauce, ingredient, condiment and beer cocktail mixer. Check out our recipes.

Heat Level: 6/7 out of 10

Single 5 oz Bottle


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Home Brew Chef and Humboldt Hotsauce

Eat Beer Hot Sauce | Yellow Thai Racer

Home Brew Chef and Humboldt Hotsauce go for their second lap together, with this fatalii chili pepper injected super-food. A combustible combination of ginger, lemongrass and coconut milk that gives torque and traction to the hoppy Bear Republic Brewing Co. Racer 5 IPA. Turbo-charge your next meal by adding Yellow Thai Racer.

EAT BEER Hot Sauce, a passionate, flavorful addition to any table.

$12.00 | 5 oz Bottle


This product is: Vegan | All Natural | Super Food


Ingredients List:

Bear Republic Brewing Co. Racer 5 IPA, Evolution Fresh cold pressed lime juice, cane vinegar, yellow onions, shallots, garlic, ginger, turmeric, lemongrass, galangal,  yellow bell peppers, fatalii chili pepper mash, white miso, coriander seed, organic cumin seed, Makrut Lime Leaf, calamansi lime juice, coconut milk, palm sugar, white peppercorns, kombu, kosher salt and soy sauce


This Product Contains:

  • Gluten

Check out our recipe page!


Want to learn more about our Yellow Thai Racer Hot Sauce? Watch Bill Moore’s review of it here:


6 reviews for Eat Beer Hot Sauce | Yellow Thai Racer

  1. Greg

    Eat Beer Hot Sauce’s are great hot sauces that provide a lot of flavor and good heat. They don’t overpower what you’re eating, while still bringing life to the dish.

  2. Alex

    I’ll preface this review in that while I’m an amateur in the world of hot sauces, I taste beer for a living and thoroughly enjoy sensory.

    The first time I tried Yellow Thai Racer was on a piece of fresh baked bread. I don’t usually eat hot sauce on bread, but it turned out to be an excellent vessel for this since it gave me the chance to experience the hot sauce on its own. My first thought when I tried it was, “calling it a hot sauce does not do this justice!” This is an incredibly complex, yet approachable, hot sauce. With a medium heat, Yellow Thai Racer has a pronounced spice to it that lingers on the pallet and morphs over the course of 10-15 seconds. It’s a pronounced heat, but never comes close to being painful or uncomfortable like some other hot sauces I’ve tried. The curry spices in this sauce add so many layers of flavor that it almost transcends what I think of when it comes to using hot sauces. It’s also made with Racer 5 IPA (awesome beer) which gives it a really nice light bitterness and I think adds some tropical and floral undertones. I’ve found that this can easily turn a boring meal into something fun and exciting.

    In the last week, I’ve enjoyed eating Yellow Thai Racer on pizza, grilled cheese, spam masubi, chow mein, sous vide chicken, a breakfast burrito, and eggs (over medium).

    I’m hooked.

    The Rare Barrel

  3. Doug Braun

    Wow! Eat Beer Hot Sauce does it again! Before I say anything I have to admit that Thai cuisine is my favorite. I love all the fresh citrus and herb flavors. I was excited for the release of this hot sauce just for that reason. After my first taste I was hooked. This sauce has all the fresh flavors you would expect from a Thai sauce, but the amount of fresh citrus will just blow you away. The use of the IPA is a great way to bring out that citrus. This packs enough heat to remind you that it is a hot sauce, but it is the fresh ginger, cumin, coriander, garlic and lime that really show through. I love this with fish, pork, chicken, eggs, tofu and shrimp. Often I simply mix it with a little olive oil and use it as a dressing for a mixed greens and herbs salad. Another amazing hot sauce.

  4. Bill Moore

    “Yellow Thai Racer” combines the awesome citrusy flavor and fire of Fatalii peppers, the hoppy goodness of “Racer 5 IPA” from Bear Republic Brewing Co., along with yellow Thai curry ingredients which include: ginger, galangal, lemongrass, garlic, turmeric, coriander, cumin, white miso, coconut milk, Makrut lime leaf, calamansi lime juice, kombu, and soy sauce! This is a bold and daring flavor profile that is spicy, floral, hoppy, citrusy, piney, bright, fresh, savory, and absolutely amazing!


    Bill Moore

  5. Matt

    Ok. So, I’m not a professional reviewer nor am I an expert-level connoisseur of hot sauce. However, I know what I like, I love food and I’m moderately overweight. There. I said it. Don’t judge.

    Yellow Thai Racer is, by definition, a hot sauce, but it’s also a versatile ingredient. The citrusy Fatalii peppers absolutely shine in this sauce! The combination of the aforementioned ingredients play perfectly together and complement anything you might put it on whether that be bread, or fish (Think: tilapia fish tacos with avocado), or my latest favorite, as an integral component of an awesome sandwich sauce!! It literally goes with everything from eggs to chicken, farm to table.

    I’m not in a support group as of the writing of this review. However, I do find myself carrying a bottle around with me now, sneaking quick sips in dark alleys and behind parked trucks. Hot sauces are hot sauces are hot sauces. This is way more than just a hot sauce. This, is a masterpiece!!

  6. Megan

    Yellow Thai Racer is not like most other hot sauces you’ve had. The Thai flavors really come through – first the lime juice is really bright and fresh, followed up by lemongrass and ginger on the finish, among with a low burn of fatalii chiles. I’ve got a good threshold for heat and spice so I don’t put this as a painful heat at all, more of a low, lingering, complex burn. The complexity of this sauce is terrific and I’m happy to have this in my rotation.

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