Four new beers are available for pick up this weekend at Other Half Brewing Co.

First up are two 16-ounce dry-hopped IPAs brewed in collaboration with Brandon Tolbert of The Answer Brewpub in Richmond, Va. Double Dribble Dry Hopped Imperial IPA clocks in at 7.8 percent ABV. Featuring Amarillo, Citra, lemondrop and Simcoe hops, four-packs of 16-ounce cans will retail for $20.

Next up is Raining Three’s, a “slightly bigger” take on last summer’s No Lay Ups according to an Instagram post. It is a triple dry-hopped imperial IPA clocking in at 8.5 percent ABV. This beer will also come in four-packs of 16-ounce cans and retail for $20 per pack. Sales of both Double Dribble and Raining Three’s will be limited to one case per person.

It should be noted that due to a shortage of available stock, one key difference between No Lay Ups and Raining Three’s is the absence of Wai-iti hops. This also affected the resulting ratio of Citra, Galaxy and Motueka varietals used in Raining Three’s.

The next pair of beers are collaborations with Daniel Cady from the San Diego location of Mikkeller. Crooked Crops IPA is brewed with Galaxy, Jarrylo, South African and Topaz hops Southern Aroma and XJA varietals. This beer will go for $18 per four-pack.

If you find Crooked Crops to be lacking in hop character, there is also a double dry-hopped version featuring additional Galaxy and Southern Passion hops. The double dry-hopped version will retail for $20 per four-pack. Sales of Crooked Crops will be limited to three four-packs per person.

An email sent to Other Half seeking additional details on the release was not immediately returned.