de Garde Brewing is going cherry with its newest release.

According to a post on the Tillamook, Ore.-based brewery’s Facebook page, Cherry Gose is a 5.4 percent ABV “gose-style ale” aged in oak barrels with cherries. The new beer was released for the first time last week on draft, but is now being sold in 22-ounce bottles ($9) with no purchase limit.

de Garde still has bottles of Citrus Desay (6.2 percent ABV, $10), a blend of two years of sour farmhouse ales aged in oak barrels with citrus zest and peel added; Hose (4 percent ABV, $8), a “Gose-inspired ale” aged in oak barrels with citrus peel and coriander before being dry hopped with citra and Amarillo hops; Apricot Bu (4.3 percent ABV, $9), a “berliner weisse style ale” aged in oak with apricots and Black Raz Bu (4.4 percent ABV, $9), a “berliner weisse-style ale” aged in oak with black raspberries to the to-go bottle list.