Allagash Brewing Co.’s newest bottle release is named after the number of counties in its home state.

Sixteen Counties is a 6.2 percent ABV ale brewed with grains grown at Mapleton, Maine-based Buck Farms and wet-hopped with Mt. Hood, centennial and cascade hops. A beer with the same name was released on draft at the Portland, Maine-based brewery last year, but that version incorporated brettanomyces while the newest release does not.

According to Ben Kinne, a representative for Allagash, there were approximately 30bbls of the beer brewed, and it is packaged in four-packs of 12-ounce bottles ($10.) Bottles of Sixteen Counties are available  starting today at the brewery.