Getting ahold of Deep Ellum Brewing Co.’s newest beer will be easy, assuming  you live in Texas.

The Dallas, Texas-based brewery has released its newest beer named Easy Peasy, a 5.2 percent ABV IPA brewed with pale, Munich, and white wheat malts as well simcoe, citra and Ahtanum hops. In addition, the new beer was brewed with citrus adjuncts, including both lemon and tangerine peel.

“The tangerine and lemon peel gives this beer a brighter citrus, summer-esqe flavor,” wrote David Hauptman, Deep Ellum’s head brewer, in an email to Tenemu. “We believe he hit the mark with this one! I haven’t seen many beers with tangerine peel.”

The new session IPA joins five other year-round releases in Deep Ellum’s lineup: Deep Ellum IPA (7 percent ABV), Double Brown Stout (7 percent ABV), Deep Ellum Pale Ale (6 percent ABV), Dallas Blonde (5.2 percent ABV) and Dream Crusher IPA (8.5 percent ABV)

According to the brewery, Easy Peasy was released on-draft at the brewery on Saturday, and six-packs of 12-ounce cans ($8.99) will begin to show up on retailers shelves in the “Dallas/Fort Worth and surrounding counties, Austin and west Texas counties” this week.