Cellarmaker Brewing Co. is bottling one of its most popular beers for the first time.

Originally released in 2013 as a draft-only option, Coffee & Cigarettes remains the same 7.7 percent ABV “lightly smoked” porter brewed with both German beechwood smoked malt and English malts as well as coffee sourced from Sightless Coffee Roasters in San Francisco. Although the beer has been released multiple times over the past three years, the coffee selection for each batch is unique based on which coffees are enjoyed by the brewers at the time they are brewed.

According to a post on the San Francisco-based brewery’s website, Coffee & Cigarettes is packaged in 22-ounce bottles ($10) and will have a six bottle limit when it is released on May 17 at the brewery.