Last a week, Melvin Brewing Co. announced a new seasonal beer called Chuck Morris Double IPA. 

Sitting at 8 percent ABV, this American-style Double IPA is brewed with chinook, Citra, Columbus, Mosaic, and Simcoe hops. 

The Jackson Hole, Wyo.-based brewery is releasing this beer as part of its RIIPA Series, which stands for Rotational Double IPA.

The beer itself is named after the brewery’s general manager, Jamie Morris, who helped with dry-hopping the first batch.

The new Double IPA will be available nationwide on draft as well as 12-ounce cans, but will be available at different times throughout the year every two months in different markets according to the brewery’s website.