One of the most sought-after barleywines in the country is going on sale next week.

Hill Farmstead Brewery has announced it will be releasing Aaron, a barleywine-style ale that has been aged for “over two years in bourbon barrels from some of our favorite distilleries,” according to a post on the Greensboro, Vt.-based brewery’s website. First released in bottles in 2014, the barleywine is named after Hill Farmstead owner Shawn Hill ’s great-great-great grandfather Aaron A. Hill who operated the original tavern in North Greensboro in the mid-1800s.

According to Hill Farmstead, the newest batch of Aaron will be packaged in 500ml bottles ($22) and will have a two bottle per person purchase limit when it goes on sale at the brewery on Sept. 5.