Free shipping on all bundle packages

$6 shipping for 1-4 bottles. $8 for 5-7 bottles.

Craic Sauce Complete Collection

 

The Craic Sauce Complete Collection is available in two bundle options:

  • With the Holy Fiddlehead limited edition sauce, and the original four hot sauces for a total of 5 bottles
  • Without the Holy Fiddlehead for a total of 4 bottles.

Holy Fiddlehead - Holy Fiddlehead! exclaimed Brian after the first time tasting fiddleheads. How do you preserve the flavor of elusive ingredients like fiddleheads, ramp and garlic scapes?

Craic Sauce and F-Word Farm teamed up again, responsibly foraging and fermenting local ingredients that are balanced with a blend of citrusy peppers, microgreens and a hand crafted Scallion Vinegar. Mild in heat, but big in allium flavor!

Ingredients - Shallots, scallion vinegar, corno di toro pepper, rice wine vinegar, lemon juice, scallions, carrot, garlic scapes, fiddleheads, garlic, golden ghost pepper, water, scotch bonnet, ramp, salt, wasabi microgreens, dill, leek microgreens, brown sugar. 

40 Shades of Green Chilli is a mild super flavorful and fruit forward verde hot sauce that has a blend of jalapeno, serrano, anahiem and poblano peppers. 

Golden Pumpkin marries the warmth of roasted pumpkin and pineapple with the heat of the habanero and ghost pepper.

Mill City Red pays homage to the city of Lowell where Craic Sauce using Lowell grown beets in a traditional style fermented hot sauce.

Brian Boru's Curry is a fermented turmeric forward curry style hot sauce using scotch bonnet and Hungarian wax peppers with lemongrass, ginger and sungold tomato.

Heat - Mild with 40 Shades and Holy Fiddlehead, to mild/medium with the the Mill City Red, to medium to hot with The Golden Pumpkin and Brian Boru's Curry.

 

brian of craft hot sauce

Craic Sauce Story

Brian Ruhlmann, founder of Craic Sauce, discovered his passion for craft hot sauce after experimenting with making his own batch of hot sauce with ghost peppers grown in his own backyard in Massachusetts. That year in 2014, after moving to Ireland, Brian started his website crafthotsauce.com, interviewing hot sauce makers all over the world for his podcast and blog. 

Three years later, after constant inspiration from his website, Brian started his own brand of hot sauce, Craic Sauce, following his move back to the US. Pronounced “crack,” craic is an Irish word that means good times and fun. Having good craic was the guiding light of his new business, a value that is still essential to Brian and his team today, who make their flavorful and unique hot sauces by hand in Lowell, Massachusetts.

Search