Two brand new beers coming from Jackie O’s Pub & Brewery are named after a “controversial form of currency used in mining towns.”

According to labels filed with Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB), those two new creations are Raspberry Script, a 5.9 percent ABV grisette-style ale fermented with saison yeast and brettanomyces  aged in oak wine barrels for nine months before being refermented on second use raspberries; and Peach Script, a 5.9 percent ABV grisette-style ale fermented with saison yeast and brettanomyces aged in oak wine barrels for nine months before being refermented on second use peaches.

Both new beers will be packaged in 500ml bottles.

As the names suggest, the new ales use the Athens, Ohio-based brewery’s Script as its base, a 4.5 percent ABV grisette-style ale fermented with saison yeast and brettamomyces before being aged in stainless and oak wine barrels.

An email sent to the brewery for additional information was not immediately returned.