Prairie Artisan Ales has teased three more popular beers that are being released before the end of the year on its social media accounts.

The Tulsa, Okla.-based brewery has packaged up new versions of Christmas Bomb!, Pirate Noir and Pirate Bomb!, all of which will be released before the end of the year.

The first is Christmas Bomb!, a 13 percent ABV imperial stout that uses the brewery’s Bomb! as its base, along with cinnamon bark. The stout debuted in November 2014 before being rereleased in November last year.

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2016 Christmas Bomb…

The second beer is Pirate Bomb!, a 13 percent ABV variant of the brewery’s Bomb! imperial stout brewed with coffee, cocao nibs, vanilla beans and chillies that has been aged in rum barrels for “between 5-7 months.” This will be the fourth time that Pirate Bomb! has been released, with the first incarnation having shipped in October 2013 exclusively in Oklahoma, the second release shipping in September 2014 and the last incarnation shipping in March of this year.

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Pirate Bomb…

The final beer to be teased is Pirate Noir, a a 12 percent ABV imperial oatmeal stout aged in Jamaican rum barrels. This will be the third incarnation of Pirate Noir after the first release back in 2013, when it was packaged in 16.9-ounce bottles and came in at 11 percent ABV and the second release in 2015 that was packaged in 12-ounce bottles.

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Pirate Noir…

An email sent to the brewery for additional information was not immediately returned.