Almost exactly a year after the last incarnation was sold, Jester King Brewery is again releasing La Vie en Rose.

The Austin-based brewery will be releasing the third batch of La Vie en Rose, a 6.2 percent ABV “young farmhouse ale” that is brewed with steel cut oats, pilsner and wheat malts as well as golding, fugues and perle hops. After brewing, the beer was then refermented with the “spent” raspberries that were used for Atrial Rubicite (5.8 percent ABV.) About 2,000 bottles were filled of the latest release.

La Vie en Rose was originally released in January 2014, when only 200 bottles were available and was released again in August 2015, when about 2,200 bottles were sold.

According to a post on Jester King’s Facebook page, the newest release of La Vie en Rose will be packaged in 750ml bottles ($18) and will have a limit of two bottles per person per day when it goes on sale on Sept. 9.