Tuesday, June 13 will be a big day at The Veil Brewing Co.

The Richmond, Va. brewery is releasing 16-ounce cans of four beers: IdontwanttoBU, Boss Man, Eyelidz and Potato Napkin.

Eyelidz is a new 8.5 percent ABV double IPA hopped with Enigma, lemondrop,  Mosaic and southern hemisphere nelson hops. It has notes of “bright lemon peel, fresh grapefruit flesh, musty white wine and is subtly dank” according to The Veil. Approximately 200-230 cases will be available. Eyelidz is $16.50 per four-pack with a limit of six.

Potato Napkin is the other all-new beer 8 percent ABV double IPA hopped with 50 percent Citra and 50 percent Simcoe. If you’re familiar with The Veil’s beer, this is supposed to be reminiscent of Broz Night Out combined with Cat Boy. Approximately 195-220 cases will be available. Potato Napkin is $16 per four-pack with a limit of six.

In addition, two beers previous releases are being offered again.

IdontwanttoBU is a 6.9 percent ABV IPA hopped with Citra and Mosaic. It has “insane aromatics, and zero bitterness,” according to The Veil. Approximately 210-230 cases will be released, priced at $14 per four-pack with a limit of six.

Boss Man is a 8.7 percent ABV kettle-soured double IPA hopped with Amarillo, Citra and Simcoe hops. The Veil is releasing for 95-115 cases. Boss Man is $16 per four-pack with a limit of three.

Doors open for the release at 4 p.m.