On Wednesday, Hill Farmstead Brewery is releasing the newest version of a beer named after one of philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche’s most celebrated books.

As with previous incarnations, Beyond Good And Evil is an imperial stout brewed with malted wheat and Vermont maple syrup before being aged in bourbon barrels “from a variety of our favorite distilleries for nearly two years.” This version of the bourbon barrel-aged imperial stout was brewed in January 2017 at the Greensboro, Vt.-based brewery.

Beyond Good and Evil is a release in Hill Farmstead’s Philosophical Series, which also includes such beers as Birth Of Tragedy, a slew of different Civil Disobediences, Conduct Of Life, Excursions, Genealogy Of Morals and Madness & Civilization.

According to a post on Hill Farmstead’s website, the latest version of Beyond Good and Evil is packaged in 500ml bottles ($22) and will have a four bottle per person purchase limit when it is released on Jan. 9.