This weekend, Jester King Brewery will be releasing No Whalez Here, a “simple farmhouse take on classic witbier” that comes in at 6.8 percent ABV and was bottled in July. The ale was brewed with Texas-grown coriander, house-dried Texas tangerines and lavender harvested from the grounds at the Austin-based brewery.

Jester King has incorporated coriander, tangerines and lavender into its beers before, specifically Hibernal Dichotomous, Provenance (Tangerines & Clementines) and Fantôme Del Rey respectively, but this is the first time all three ingredients have been used in the same beer.

According to the post on Jester King’s Facebook page, approximately 2,300 750ml bottles ($13) of No Whalez Here will be available when it goes on sale Oct. 20 with no purchase limits. In addition, the brewery indicates that some bottles of the ale will see distribution to retailers.

Update (Oct. 18, 2017) — This post was updated to include details on the release date, pricing details and distribution information. It was originally published on Oct. 16, 2017.