Tomorrow, Jester King Brewery will be releasing Grim Harvest Batch 3, a 5.6 percent ABV farmhouse ale that has been conditioned on “spent” blackberries that were previously used in the brewery’s Nocturn Chrysalis. This is the third batch of the beer that debuted in April 2017. 

This is not the first time that Jester King has used this process, as Detritivore (5.5 percent ABV) is refermented with the same Michigan cherries used in the production of Montmorency vs. Balaton barrel-aged sour ale (6.7 percent ABV), and La Vie en Rose (6.2 percent ABV) is refermented with the “spent” raspberries that were used for Atrial Rubicite (5.8 percent ABV.)

According to a post on Jester King’s Facebook page, Grim Harvest Batch 3 is packaged in 750ml bottles ($18 and will have a purchase limit of three bottles per person when it is released at Jester King on Oct. 10.