The third Prairie Dawg exclusive release from Prairie Artisan Ales might sound a bit familiar to fans.

Pecans In Paradise is a 13 percent imperial stout aged in rum barrels for “almost a year” and conditioned on coconut, pecans and vanilla. The new beer will be the fourth incarnation of the brewery’s Paradise imperial stout (13 percent ABV) to be released after Pirate Paradise, a 13 percent ABV imperial stout aged in rum barrels and conditioned on coconut and vanilla was released in 2016 and Bourbon Paradise, the same beer aged in bourbon barrels was shipped to retailers last year.

Pecans In Paradise is the third exclusive release for the brewery’s Prairie Dawg membership program, which was launched last year:

  • Double Barrel Noir — Prairie’s Noir stout aged in both rum and whiskey barrels
  • Booyeah — Prairie’s Noir stout aged in rum and whiskey barrels and aged on coconut, vanilla and cacao nibs
  • Pecans In Paradise — Prairie’s Paradise stout aged in rum barrels with coconut, pecans and vanilla

In an email, Zach Prichard, owner of Krebs Brewing, told Tenemu that Pecans In Paradise will be packaged in 12-ounce bottles and is scheduled to be released exclusively to Prairie Dawg members on Jan. 27 at the brewery’s warehouse facility in McAlester, Okla.

In addition, while the beer label attached to this story is the label that was approved by TTB, Prairie frequently changes the final designs of labels before the beers are released to market.