Lakewood Brewing Co.’s has shipped one of its most limited releases of the year, and the newest incarnation is aged in bourbon barrels from a local distillery for the first time.

Bourbon Barrel Temptress 2017 is a 12.4 percent ABV variation of the Garland, Texas-based brewery’s Temptress imperial milk stout (9.1 percent ABV) that is brewed with both lactose sugar and vanilla before being aged in barrels that previously held bourbon from Lewisville, Texas-based Witherspoon Distillery for approximately 10 months.

The first release of the barrel-aged beer was as a draft-only option in 2012 before it was bottled for the first time in 2013, and it has continued to be bottled every year since:

In an email, Craig Bradley, marketing and events manager at Lakewood, told Tenemu that 2017 Bourbon Barrel Temptress is packaged in 22-ounce bottles and will have “roughly the same (bottles) as last year.”

Update (Dec. 11, 2017) — This post was updated to include details on the release date. It was originally published on Nov. 22, 2017.