Almost five years after it was discontinued, one of Goose Island Beer Co.’s beers is returning, albeit in a slightly different form.

The beer in question is Demolition, a 7.2 percent ABV Belgian-style golden ale brewed with “loads” of Pilsen malt and dry-hopped with Chinook and saaz hops. The beer was released on draft at Goose Island in Chicago last month.

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Originally released in 2002, Demolition was brewed to commemorate the brewery’s loyal customers who continued to frequent the brewery during the demolition of a mall surrounding the original Goose Island Clybourn location in Chicago. Packaged in both 12- and 22-ounce bottles, that version was brewed with saaz and Styrian Golding hops and was discontinued in late 2011 to “free up space” in the brewery’s lineup.

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According to labels filed with the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB), the newest incarnation of Demolition will be packaged in 12-ounce bottles. An email sent to the brewery for additional information was not immediately returned.