Hill Farmstead Brewery will be releasing one new beer and one well-loved classic on Jan. 6.

The new beer to be released by the Greensboro, Vt.-based brewery is Leaves of Grass – December 4, 2015, a farmstead ale brewed with “Vermont organic malted barley, Vermont organic malted wheat, Vermont organic malted oats, hops, chamomile, heather flowers, yeast and our well water” before being fermented in an oak tank.

This is the fourth beer in the Leaves of Grass Series, which allows the brewery to use “uniquely different processes and ingredients, all of which further our understanding of the art and science of brewing.”:

  • Leaves of Grass – July 4, 2015, a 4.5 percent ABV “farmstead ale” brewed with green tea, citrus and “apple water” and fermented in oak that was released on Oct. 14
  • Leaves of Grass – July 16, 2015, a farmstead ale brewed with sour candy and fermented in oak barrels was released on Oct. 28.
  • Leaves of Grass – November 22, 2015, a “Belgian-inspired” brown ale that was open fermented in an oak tank and was released on Dec. 16.
  • Leaves of Grass — December 4, 2015, a farmstead ale brewed with “Vermont organic malted barley, Vermont organic malted wheat, Vermont organic malted oats, hops, chamomile, heather flowers, yeast and our well water” before being fermented in an oak tank.

The newest incarnation in the Leaves of Grass Series will be packaged in 375ml bottles ($8) and will be limited to two bottles per person.

The second beer to be released on Jan. 6 is Juicy, a farmhouse ale that is brewed with American and European malts as well as American and New Zealand hops before being aged in wine barrels for “nearly two years” with the brewery’s micoflora.

Juicy was first released in 2012 and came in at 7.4 percent ABV while newest version will be bottled in 375ml bottles ($17) and will be limited to four bottles per person.