Clown Shoes Beer is hoping to exorcize some demons with its newest release.

According to the Ipswich, Mass.-based brewery’s Facebook page, it will be releasing Breakfast Exorcism, a 11 percent ABV beer that uses its Undead Party Crasher imperial stout as its base before aging it in rye barrels with Kalledevarapura espresso from India added.

“We don’t know what’s up with all of the Demons showing up in front of Sunset Grill, but we are happy to help exorcize each and every spawn of Hell,” reads the beer label.

This is not the first time that Undead Party Crasher has been used as a base for a state-exclusive release. In February, Clown Shoes released Crasher In The Rye, a Texas-exclusive 11.5 percent ABV imperial oatmeal milk stout that replaced the regular hickory smoked malt that is used in Undead Party Crasher with oak smoked malt from Leander, Texas-based Blacklands Malt. In addition, 50 percent of the beer was aged in bourbon barrels while the remaining 50 percent was aged in rye barrels before being combined and bottled.

In addition, Clown Shoes released another Massachusetts exclusive in 2014 named Exorcism At Sunset, a 12.5 percent ABV version of Undead Party Crasher aged in bourbon barrels.

According to the beer label, Breakfast Exorcism will be a Massachusetts exclusive release brewed and bottled at Ipswich, Mass.-based Mercury Brewing Co. and will be packaged in 22-ounce bottles “the first week of May.” The beer will also be available on draft only at Sunset Grill in Allston, Mass.

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