Prairie Artisan Ales has a new beer coming out next month, but you will have to live in Missouri or Oklahoma to buy it.

The Tulsa-Okla.-based brewery will be releasing Branson Jamboree, a 12 percent ABV imperial stout that has been aged in bourbon, brandy and Madeira wine barrels for between 18 and 24 months before bottling.

This is not the first time Branson Jamboree has been released, as there has been a 12 percent ABV version that was aged in tequila barrels as well as a 12 percent ABV version aged in Treaty Oak Distilling Co. rum barrels, both of which were released in 2014.

According to Wesley Morrison, brand ambassador for Prairie, approximately 2,000 bottles were filled, and they are scheduled to be shipped exclusively to retailers in the states of Missouri and Oklahoma by mid-February.