To blister the pepper in your Instant Pot:Add olive oil to the Instant Pot. Press the sauté button. Press the adjustable temperature setting until it reads more.Add the poblano pepper to the pot, and let it sear until the skin is blistered and blackened. Check the pepper with tongs, flipping when it looks burnt. Tip: If the oil is splashing outside of the Instant Pot, partially cover the pot with an (old) kitchen towel.As soon as both sides of the pepper are blistered, press the cancel button.
Remove the pepper with tongs and wrap the in foil (or set the pepper in a bowl and cover with a towel). The pepper will steam in the foil, and the skin will be easier to remove. Leave the pepper in the foil for 2-3 minutes.
While the pepper steams, diced the jalapeño, bell pepper, and red onion.
Remove the poblano from the foil, and place under a lightly running sink faucet. Rub the pepper to remove the pepper skin. If some of the skin won't come off, it's okay.Cut the poblano in half and remove the seeds. Dice the poblano.
Press the sauté button. Leave the adjustable temperature setting at normal.
Add the all the diced peppers and the onion. Add the salt, smoked paprika, chili powder, and garlic powder. Cook until the onion and peppers soften, about 4-5 minutes.
Slowly pour the beer into the pot. As you pour, stir the peppers and onions, scraping up any bits of food that have become stuck to the bottom of the pot (to prevent the burn warning).
Add the crushed tomatoes, chipotle peppers, corn, and water, and bring to a simmer.
Press the cancel button. Set Instant Pot to pressure cook/manual, high pressure. Set the cook time for 5 minutes.The Instant Pot will take about 15-20 minutes to come to pressure, depending on how hot the soup is, and then will start counting down the cook time. The Instant Pot will beep to let you know the cook time has finished.Carefully quick release the remaining pressure by using the handle of a long spoon (I use a wooden spoon) to turn the steam valve to venting.Tip: Quick release can be messy– the vent will shoot some liquids out with the steam. Lay a kitchen towel over the top to keep your kitchen clean.
Take the lid off the Instant Pot. Press the cancel button to end the cook cycle.
Press the sauté button. Leave the adjustable temperature setting at normal. Add the beans and lemon or lime juice, and heat for 2-3 minutes, until the beans are warmed.
Serve hot along with crushed tortilla chips (or tortilla strips), avocado, and a lime wedge (for adding to the soup right before eating).Store leftovers in the fridge use within 3-4 days.