de Garde Brewing of Tillamook, Ore. has released Houblon Peche, a 7 percent ABV berliner weisse-style ale aged in oak barrels with Oregon peaches before being dry-hopped with “fruit forward northwest grown hops.”

The new beer joins bottles of The Numbers, a 5 percent ABV golden wild ale that has been blended from beer that has been aging in barrels for multiple years, which are still on sale.

According to a post on de Garde’s Facebook page, Houblon Peche is packaged in 22-ounce bottles ($11) with a four bottle per person limit, while The Numbers ($14) is limited to three bottles per person.