Green Chile Hot Sauce (Mild)

3 reviews
The Real Dill Green Chile Hot Sauce (Mild)
3 reviews

Green Chile Hot Sauce (Mild)

Add to My List
${ displayVariantPrice }

${ variantWeight } ${ variantWeightUnit } / ${ pricePerUnit }

Bottled in Denver to pour absolutely everywhere. Crisp and smoky green chiles mix with bright jalapeños and Baere-liner Weisse beer for an adaptable flavor that’ll go well with practically anything.

Free shipping on orders $65+
Secure checkout

Already a subscriber? Sign in to your account to add this to your existing Autoship box.


  • Vegan

Psychologists have found a link between liking action movies and rollercoasters and loving spicy foods. You’d have to ask them about the science, but if you like hot sauce, you’ll love this green chile version. This bigger-than-average bottle is made specifically for a full, satisfying pour and swimming with greenish sauce and spices. Tart beer melds with fire-roasted chiles for a homemade, medium-spicy taste.

The Real Dill is zero-waste and constantly working to improve their community with food, compost, and financial support.
Baere Brewing Company Baerer-Liner Weisse (Water, Malted Barely, Malted Wheat, Yeast, Hops, Lactobacillus), Fire Roasted Pueblo Green Chile, Water, Roasted Jalapeño Chile, Lime Juice, Vinegar, Cilantro, Garlic, Salt, Roasted Onion, Sugar, Spices *Contains Less Than .5% Alcohol

Allergens

Wheat. Contains less than 0.5% alcohol.

Good news! This packaging is 100% curbside recyclable.
These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.

Hive Five™ Certified

No need to guess what's in your food or how it was made. Our experts vet every product for ingredient integrity, responsible sourcing, and great taste using our own criteria called the Hive Five.

Learn More

1.

ingredient integrity

2.

low carbon footprint

3.

recyclable packaging

4.

committed to social good

5.

rave worthy

How it does good

Responsibly made, responsible values

The Real Dill knows that with great power comes great responsibility, whether that power comes from a spider bite or, say, pickles. The Denver-based company sources recognizable ingredients of the best quality to make all its products from scratch. They partner with the community development non-profit Re:Vision to compost more than 30,000 pounds of food waste, making The Real Dill zero-waste while helping promote food education in their neighborhood. They also develop new products (including their spectacularly popular Bloody Mary Mix) to repurpose unused ingredients and offer recipes to help their customers do the same. With a focused Green Team, recyclable packaging, and charitable partnerships with local organizations, they’re using their power for good. And pickles.