The next incarnation of Saint Arnold Brewing Co.’s Bishop Barrel series is a bit late, but you will be able to buy it next week.

According to Aaron Inkrott, brewer at Saint Arnold, Bishop Barrel 13 is a 12 percent ABV Belgian-style quadrupel that has been aged in Woodford Reserve bourbon barrels for 12 months. The base beer incorporates the recipe from the Houston, Texas-based brewery’s Divine Reserve 13 (11 percent ABV), which was first released in February 2013.

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There are now 13 Bishop’s Barrel releases, which are beers beers that have been aged in barrels specifically chosen to enhance and complement the characteristics of the underlying beers:

  • Saint Arnold Bishop’s Barrel 1 (12 percent ABV), a bourbon barrel imperial stout
  • Saint Arnold Bishop’s Barrel 2 (7.8 percent ABV), an old ale aged in chardonnay barrels with cherries
  • Saint Arnold Bishop’s Barrel 3 (8.7 percent ABV), a bourbon barrel-aged imperial stout
  • Saint Arnold Bishop’s Barrel 4 (7.9 percent ABV), a bourbon barrel-aged weizenbock with cocoa nibs
  • Saint Arnold Bishop’s Barrel 5 (12 percent ABV), a bourbon barrel-aged wee heavy scotch ale
  • Saint Arnold Bishop’s Barrel 6 (13 percent ABV), an imperial pumpkin stout aged in rum barrels
  • Saint Arnold Bishop’s Barrel 7 (11.3 percent ABV), a bourbon barrel-aged imperial stout
  • Saint Arnold Bishop’s Barrel 8 (11.5 percent ABV), a bourbon barrel-aged imperial stout
  • Saint Arnold Bishop’s Barrel 9 (12.9 percent ABV), a bourbon barrel-aged imperial pumpkin stout
  • Saint Arnold Bishop’s Barrel 10 (12.7 percent ABV), a bourbon barrel-aged barleywine
  • Saint Arnold Bishop’s Barrel 11 (10.1 percent ABV), a gin barrel-aged double IPA
  • Saint Arnold Bishop’s Barrel 12 (8.9 percent ABV), an ale aged in Sauvignon Blanc wine barrels with cherries and brettanomyces
  • Saint Arnold Bishop’s Barrel 13, a bourbon barrel-aged quadrupel

According to a press release, Bishop’s Barrel 13 will be released on March 21 packaged in 12-ounce bottles and will only be available in bars and restaurants throughout Texas and Louisiana.

Update (March 18, 2016) — This post was updated to include information on the release date and brewing details. It was originally published on Dec. 21, 2015.