In April, Bell’s Brewery will ship Oatsmobile Ale, a 4.3 percent ABV “hop-forward session pale ale” brewed with oats as well as a blend Amarillo, Citra and Mosaic hops. Originally named Oat Ale, the beer was first brewed in 2013 “to explore the use of oats in a pale ale” before being renamed Boiling Pot Pale Ale and released as a draft-only option in select markets.

“This beer is unique,” said Laura Bell, vp of Bell’s, in a post on the brewery’s website. “Aromatics may drive it, but the signature ingredient – oats – are what really makes this beer stand apart and also where the name comes from. It’s approachable and intriguing, with a fun personality.”

According to Bell’s, Oatsmobile Ale will be packaged in six-packs of 12-ounce bottles and will be available across the brewery’s entire distribution footprint when it goes on sale in April.