Brasserie Cantillon is planning on rereleasing a beer that has not been seen since 1991, but you will have to wait a few more years to drink it.

The beer is Brabantiae, a lambic aged in fresh port barrels before being refermented in bottles. The beer was last released in 1991 by Cantillon’s owner Jean-Pierre Van Roy to honor King Baudouin of Belgium.

According to a post on Cantillon’s Facebook page, the brewery recently purchased 50 freshly emptied port barrels, and the beer will age in them for two years before being bottled and undergoing one more year of secondary fermentation before being released sometime in 2019.