The Bruery Terreux of Placentia, Calif. has filed two new labels and while the varietals are familiar, the bottle size is definitely not.

For the first time, Terreux appears to be releasing beers in 375ml bottles. The two beers heading to smaller format are Frederick H. and The Wanderer in 375ml bottle according to labels filed with the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB).

Frederick H. is Terreux’s Berlin-style tart wheat beer aged in foeders. The 4.4 percent ABV beer is normally available year-round from Terreux.

The Wanderer is actually a blend of two different ales.

According to the company’s website:

The majority of the blend features wine barrel-aged sour ale with blackberries and cherries. We then folded a small portion of our bourbon barrel-aged anniversary ale into it for additional layers of oak, vanilla and toffee, accentuating the dark fruit notes and delightfully sour tinge.

The 2017 vintage of The Wanderer clocks in at 8.3 percent ABV according to the TTB filing.

An email sent to Terreux seeking additional details was not immediately returned.

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