One of Prairie Artisan Ales signature beers is getting a makeover.

According to a post on Facebook, the Tulsa, Okla.-based brewery’s ABV Prairie Ale is getting a new label to replace the one that has been used since the beer was first released in late 2012. Like most of Prairies most recent beers, the new label will sport artwork by Colin Healey, who co-founded the brewery with his brother Chase in 2012.

Prairie describes the beer as a “Belgian style saison ale” coming in at 8.2 percent ABV and 25 IBUs. It is sold in 16.9-ounce bottles and one-sixth-bbl kegs.

While the new label is similar to many of Prairie’s recent releases, it’s a sharp contrast to the original label.

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The new labels should start being used on bottles by the end of the year.

(Images via Prairie Artisan Ales)