After Johnny Hash and Hop Hash, SweetWater Brewing Co. has a new release using the Hash moniker.

According to a press release, the Atlanta, Ga.-based brewery will be releasing Hash Brown, a 6.2 percent ABV brown ale brewed with 2-row, wheat, pale chocolate, cara-brown and midnight wheat malts. In addition, the new beer will be infused with a very concentrated form of hop resin called hash that will be used in the form of bricks of pure hop lupulin scraped from hop palletizes.

“When added to a brew, this underused byproduct provides a serious punch to the palate,” reads the press release.”Hop hash is danky deliciousness.”

Hash Brown is the third SweetWater beer to use hash as a major component, after Johnny Hash IPA (8.5 percent ABV) and Hop Hash double IPA (7.8 percent ABV), both of which were released last year.

Hash Brown will be packaged in six-packs of 12-ounce bottles as well as in 12-ounce cans that are exclusive to the brewery’s TackleBox variety pack and is available now “through fall.”