A brand new variant of one of Hill Farmstead Brewery’s most popular collaborations is being released on Wednesday.

That beer is Soignée, a “Farmstead Ale” brewed with blood oranges and limes before being conditioned on raspberry, cherry and northern kiwifruit pomace for “nearly three months.” The base beer is Brother Soigné, an ale that debuted in 2013 and was originally brewed in collaboration with Luc “Bim” Lafontaine formerly of Canada’s Dieu du Ciel! who is now the owner of Godspeed Brewery in Toronto.

According to a post on Hill Farmstead’s website, Soignée is packaged in 750ml bottles ($25) and will have a two bottle per person limit when it goes at the brewery on March 13.