When it opens on Wednesday, Hill Farmstead Brewery will be releasing Florence Puncheon, a “Farmstead wheat ale” that is brewed with American malted barley, organic Vermont wheat, European and American hops, and the brewery’s farmhouse yeast as well as water from its well. As the name suggests, the new ale is uses Hill Farmstead’s Florence (5.2 percent ABV) as its base, but is then aged in puncheons for “many months” before being bottled unfiltered.

This is the second time that Hill Farmstead has released a variant of one of its beers under the “Puncheon” moniker, after Arthur Puncheon (6 percent ABV) debuted last year.

According to a post on the Hill Farmstead website, Florence Puncheon will be packaged in 750ml bottles ($25) and have a four bottle per person purchase limit when it is released at the brewery on Sept. 19.