The Bruery is adding a beer to its lineup that is inspired by a classic childhood snack.

According to a label filed with the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB), the Placentia, Calif.-based brewery is working on Out of the Lunchbox, a 7.3 percent ABV ale brewed with lactose as well as boysenberries, peanut flow and salt.

There have been multiple versions of the ale released as draft-only options since early 2017 with lower ABVs, but this will be the first time the beer has been packaged in 750ml bottles.

An email sent The Bruery for additional information was not immediately returned.

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