More than a year after it was first brewed, The Collective Brewing Project has packaged one of its first beers in bottles.

The beer is Urban Funkhouse, a 7.2 percent ABV barrel-fermented farmhouse saison that is bottle conditioned with brett lambicus and was first released as a draft-only option at the Fort Worth, Texas-based brewery.

#UrbanFunkhouse bottles release this week! Crowler Club members can purchase at the brewery on Thursday, on Friday we’re releasing to the public with our St. Party’s Day Party, and on Saturday they’ll be available at several locations you know and love. This is our best blend yet and we’ve been getting some rave reviews, so make plans to join us on Friday so you don’t miss out. Cheers! #funkytownbeer

“#UrbanFunkhouse bottles release this week! Crowler Club members can purchase at the brewery on Thursday, on Friday we’re releasing to the public with our…”

According to Mike Goldfuss, co-owner of The Collective Brewing Project, approximately 1,200 500ml bottles ($10) will be sold in this batch, although more bottles will be available in the future.

Members of the brewer’s Crowler Club can pick up bottles today, and the general public will be able to purchase bottles starting tomorrow, and there are no purchase limits.