Add the spices and the liquid ingredients (beer, tequila, whiskey, tomato past and sauce) to an 8 quart pot. Slowly bring to a boil.
Dice the bacon and fry until softened and the fat begins to render. Add the bacon and the bacon fat to the pot. Brown the Chorizo, sausage and chuck in a large pan, drain and add to the pot. Slowly bring to a boil again.
For the peppers, remove the caps and ends, halve lengthwise and slice about 1/4 inch thick. Peal and crush the garlic cloves. Drain the beans. Dice the onions, then add the peppers, garlic, beans and onion to the pot. Reduce the heat, and slowly rise to, once again, bring to a slow boil, with a the lid only partially convering the pot. Taste adjust salt and pepper if neccessary.
After about an hour, in a double boiler, melt the chocolate then add to the pot. Again, bring to a slow boil. This time, reduce to head to a simmer and let cook for another 3 hours.
I serve plain or over rice, with chocolate treats to ease the heat.
This recipe was created by a contestant during a cooking competition. It has not been tested for home use.
Recipe courtesy of Jeffrey Beisch of Omaha, NE, for FoodTV.com's Manly Man Chili Cook-Off