Almost a month after it was bottled, Jester King Brewery has announced it will be releasing the second bach of Colour Five on Friday.

As with the first release, the second batch of Colour Five is an oak barrel-aged sour beer brewed with pilsner and wheat malt along with golding hops before being conditioned on blueberries sourced from Tyler, Texas “for about a month.” This will be the last fruit refermentation released to use fruit harvested in 2015, and there are approximately 3,000 bottles available, about 1,000 more bottles than the first release.

The first batch of the blueberry sour was a blend of two of Jester King’s already existing beers—89 percent Das Überkind (6 percent ABV) and 11 percent RU55 (7.3 percent ABV)—and was was released in 500ml bottles on Oct. 31, 2014.

According to a post on the Austin, Texas-based brewery’s Facebook page, Colour Five will be packaged in 500ml bottles ($16) and will have a two bottle per person per day limit when it goes on sale Friday.