Goose Island Beer Co. has gained approval from the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) for a label meant for a new sour ale.

This will be the latest addition to Goose Island’s innovation series, Fulton & Wood, an ambitious project created to tap into the creativity of every Goose Island employee to come up with original beer recipes to be produced in relatively small batches. The name comes from the location of the brewery, W. Fulton Street and N. Wood Street.

According to the label, Fulton & Wood Sour Ale is 4 percent ABV beer will have fresh melon aromas and a tart, crisp finish as well as a 28 IBU rating. The hops for the beer are coming from Elk Mountain Farms in Bonners Ferry, Idaho.

Fulton & Wood Sour Ale will be available in 12-ounce bottles.

The brewery was contacted with questions regarding price and release date, but did not immediately respond.

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