Left Hand Brewing Co. is turning 25 years old in 2018 and as breweries are wont to do, a special beer is being released to commemorate the occasion.

That beer is the appropriately named 25th Anniversary, a 12.1 percent ABV imperial stout. The Longmont, Colo.-based brewery opened its doors in 1993 and has released creations for anniversaries before, including for its 10th anniversary and 20th anniversary.

“Since the beginning we’ve been on mission to change the world one pint at a time,” said Eric Wallace, Left Hand’s co-founder and president, in a press release. “Employee ownership, staying independent and giving back to our community have always been at the core of our business in addition to brewing the best damn beer we can make. I’m extremely proud and humbled to be here 25 years later and thank our loyal fans locally and across the globe for their continued support of Left Hand.”

According to the press release, 25th Anniversary will be packaged in four-packs of 12-ounce bottles ($13.99) that are scheduled to be released at the brewery in Longmont, Colo. on Sept. 21, with bottles shipping to retailers across Left Hand’s distribution network soon after.

(Sept. 18, 2018) – This post has been edited to include information on packaging, pricing and release details. It was originally published on June 24, 2018.