Clown Shoes Beer has announced it will be releasing a new beer to commemorate its fifth anniversary in business.

Named The Peace That Money Can’t Buy, the Belgian quadrupel comes in at 11.5 percent ABV. It was aged in bourbon barrels for four months, according to the Ipswitch, Mass.-based brewery. 

“We’ve been making beer for five years,” says the beer label. “There have been a few challenges, yet here we are. This bourbon barrel aged Belgian Style Quadrupel Ale commemorates our anniversary, even as we look to the future and know that we cannot rest. Please join us as we work for and search for the kind of peace in life that money can’t buy.”

The new beer will be sold in 22-ounce bottles, limited to 2,000 cases, and is scheduled to be sent to local vendors in Massachusetts the third week of December. It will be released to the rest of the brewery’s 29-state distribution network in early January. According to the brewery, pricing details have yet to be determined.

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