spicy blood orange saison


A Celebration A Year In The Making

When we were putting together our first 'mega-collab' in 2020, called Que Fuego, the plan was to create a night of sweet heat.

To bring together rising stars from across the hot sauce, food, mixology & design worlds -- along with you, our BXB Family -- for an early-spring celebration of spice. Señor Lechuga would make a hot sauce. Lynnette Marrero & Darnell Holguin would make cocktails. Andy Sensang & Trill Cooker would make dinner.

Then plans changed.

And when Que Fuego launched last April, we had to enjoy it (along with the recipes from our mixologists & chefs) while apart.

But we still found ways to stay connected. With Zoom. With Instagram. With videos of you all reacting to those 30 cans of Que Fuego with reaper peppers in them. And every single day, your support kept inspiring us.

Over time, Que Fuego became an emblem of resilience. Of bonding together to fight through the flames. So this year, to celebrate how far we've all come -- and of our beloved city rising again -- we made a couple changes.

Working with Señor Lechuga, we tweaked the recipe, going a few degrees hotter, adding fresh blood orange and saison yeast for a slightly peppery finish.

We also linked up with one of our favorite rising-star DJ & day-party collectives, with Tacos y Cerveza bringing 'Que Fuego: El Santo Ardiente' to life in a way we've never done before: with a 4-weekend Backyard takeover, bringing the heat to a party a year in the making.

Back on the label? Jose Ruiz: one of our favorite designers, and one of the creators behind Perico Limited, our official merch partner.

Enjoy. Don't forget to tag us with how you're enjoying this. And thanks, always, for being the inspiration for everything we do.

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Find out more from two of NYC's most exciting Up and Comers.


Our Up and Comers Series is alllll about collaboration.

But for the second straight year, Que Fuego takes it to a whole other level.


A small batch hot sauce born in Brooklyn, New York, Señor Lechuga Hot Sauce is made with HEAT by a husband + wife team. Like high-end whiskey, every batch is similar yet unique in its own way. Every label is marked with its batch and number. And every bottle is #calienteasfuck. Stay tuned for this year's Que Fuego hot sauce.

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Bringing Que Fuego to life this year? One of NYC's fastest-rising DJ collectives: aka your favorite day party featuring good vibes, great tacos, and cold beer.

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A graphic designer by trade, Ruiz is one of the creative forces behind Perico Limited, one of Uptown's -- and all of the city's -- fastest-growing streetwear brands.

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OUR MEGA-COLLAB'S BACK. with surprises in store.

Que Fuego: El Santo Ardiente, we’ve remixed the original Que Fuego with four peppers – Arbol, Pequin, Chipotle Morita, and the famous Carolina Reaper courtesy of Señor Lechuga – ground them up in-house, and thrown them into the brew.

The heat’s balanced out by a healthy dose of blood orange, along with fruity and tropical Calypso hops. Brewed in the style of a traditional saison, this hot take will also provide the classic notes of clove and banana to round out the flavor.

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