It’s shaping up to be a very busy weekend for Holy Mountain Brewing, as the Seattle-base brewery has released not one, but three new beers.

First up is Mango Table, a 4 percent ABV American table sour fermented in oak puncheons with brettanomyces and lactobacillus. The beer was then aged on mangoes and refermented in the bottle with yet more brettanomyces. Mango Table is packaged in 750ml bottles priced at $17 each with a two bottle limit per person.

Next is Land of Oats and Honey, a collaboration with Monkish Brewing Co. of Torrance, Calif. The beer is a bière de miel—or beer with honey—that is brewed with large amounts of flaked and malted oats along with local honey from the home state of each brewing company. The bière de miel was then fermented with a mixed saison strain before being transferred to age in wine and port barrels for eight months. Land of Oats and Honey is packaged in 750ml bottles priced at $17 per each with a three bottle per person limit.

The final beer is Hand of Glory, a 13 percent ABV English-style barleywine brewed with Simpsons Finest Golden Promise barley and hopped with East Kent Golding hops before being fermented with an English strain. The beer then spent six months aging in 13-year old bourbon barrels before making it’s way to French cognac casks to age for an additional 14 months. Hand of Glory is packaged in 500 ml bottles priced at $18 each with a three bottle per person limit.