According to labels filed with the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB), Goose Island Beer Co. is working on releasing Bourbon County Brand Peaches & Cream Wheatwine Ale, a wheatwine-style ale aged in barrels that previously held Larceny bourbon and conditioned on both peaches and vanilla beans.

The Chicago-based brewery has released a number of wheatwine ales under the Bourbon County banner in the past, including Bourbon County Wheatwine 2019, a wheatwine-syle ale brewed with two-row and malted wheat before being 100 percent aged in 100 percent in bourbon casks that previously held Larceny wheated bourbon from Heaven Hill; and Bourbon County Wheatwine 2018, a wheatwine-syle ale brewed with two-row and malted wheat before being aged in bourbon barrels that previously held Heaven Hill bourbon for more than four years.

This newest addition brings the total number of variant labels filed for this year’s BCBS 2020 to eleven:

Although release details for this year’s releases have not been confirmed, all but two of the eight bottled BCBS variants last year were available nationwide starting on the day after Thanksgiving, which fell on Nov. 29. Those exceptions were Proprietor’s Bourbon County Brand Stout, which has always been exclusively available in Chicago since its debut in 2013; and Bourbon County Double Barrel Stout 2019, which the brewery indicated would not have “a traditional retail release” that included an online lottery.

In addition, it should be noted that Goose Island filed labels for three additional variants in kegs last year that were never released to the public:

An email sent to the brewery for additional information was not immediately returned.