For Bottle Logic Brewing, space is not the final frontier.

The Anaheim, Calif.-based brewery will be releasing Space Trace, a 11.1 percent ABV imperial stout brewed with cocoa nibs and coconut before being aged in bourbon barrels. The “German chocolate cake inspired stout” was first released as a draft-only option earlier this year, but this is the first time it has been packaged.

Space Trace joins 10 other beers in Bottle Logic’s Stasis Project Series, which “celebrates the barrel as a fifth ingredient:”

  • Fundamental Observation (13.7 percent ABV) — barrel-aged imperial vanilla stout
  • Darkstar November (14.3 percent ABV) — imperial stout aged in bourbon and rye barrels
  • Leche Borracho (11 percent ABV) — tequila and bourbon barrel-aged imperial stout brewed with chili peppers, cinnamon, cocoa nibs and lactose sugar
  • Some Assembly Required (8.9 percent ABV) — brett saison aged in white wine barrels
  • Picture If You Will (11.8 percent ABV) — ale brewed with pumpkins, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves and ginger aged in bourbon barrels
  • Strangematter (10.5 percent ABV) — saison brewed with orange blossoms, basil, honey and pink peppercorns and aged in wine barrels
  • Passionate Dragon (8.8 percent ABV) — saison brewed with passionfruit, dragonfruit and kumquats aged in red and white wine barrels
  • Ideation (14.3 percent ABV) — wheat wine aged in bourbon barrels
  • Ground State (12.5 percent ABV) — imperial breakfast stout brewed with chocolate powder and cocoa nibs aged in Buffalo Trace bourbon barrels with vanilla and coffee beans sourced from Guatemala and El Salvador
  • Stronger Than Fiction (14.2 percent ABV) — American strong ale that has been aged in bourbon barrels and conditioned on both coconut and coffee beans
  • Space Trace (11.1 percent ABV) — imperial stout brewed with cocoa nibs and coconut before being aged in bourbon barrels

According to Bottle Logic, Space Trace will be packaged in 500ml bottles ($21.95) that will go on sale via Event Brite on Oct. 16, with a three bottle per person limit. Purchasers can pick up their bottles starting on Oct. 22 and no proxies will be allowed.