On Tuesday, The Veil Brewing Co., will be debuting three new beers, including its first ever imperial pale lager.

The first new beer is Droid Charger, a 6.2 percent ABV imperial pale lager fermented with lager yeast and brewed with “crazy amounts” of Amarillo, Citra and Mosaic hops. There will be approximately 80-95 cases of Droid Charger available priced at $14 for each four-pack of 16-ounce cans and will have a three four-pack per person limit.

Second up on the docket will be We We Ded Ded, an 11 percent ABV triple IPA that is brewed with citra hops and has been double dry-hopped with citra hops. The new IPA will have a total of approximately 170-195 cases available priced at $19 for each four-pack of 16-ounce cans and will have a three four-pack per person limit.

The final new beer to be released will be Never Never Sufficient Sufficient, a gose conditioned on “a seriously irresponsible amount of sweet and sour cherry purée” that uses the brewery’s Never Sufficient as its base. There will be approximately 170-195 cases available priced at $22 for each four-pack of 16-ounce cans and will have a two four-pack per person limit.

Finally, Tuesday will bring the return of Master Master Shredder Shredder, a double dry-hopped version of the brewery’s house IPA Master Shredder that comes in at 5.5 percent ABV. The returning IPA will have a total of approximately 205-225 cases available priced at $14.50 for each four-pack of 16-ounce cans and will have a four four-pack per person limit.

According to posts on The Veil’s Facebook page, Droid Charger, We We Ded Ded, Never Never Sufficient Sufficient, and Master Master Shredder Shredder will all go on sale when The Veil Brewing opens on June 27.