One of Schlafly’s seasonal releases will be coming to bottles.

According to filings with the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB), The Saint Louis Brewery, the owner of the Schlafly brand, will bottle Wheat Ale, a 5 percent ABV wheat ale brewed with marynka, challenger and mosaic hops as well as pale, wheat and caramel malts.

The beer is currently available from April through September in six-packs of 12-ounce cans and on draft.

“Yakima Wheat Ale was born out of our close relationship with several hop farmers in Yakima Valley,” explains the Schlafly website. “One of these farmers grows U.S. Challenger, a hop that is traditionally grown in the UK.  The hop was chosen for its connection to the UK, as well as its unique flavor and aroma.”

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