Sixpoint Brewery will soon be filling its slim cans with a new product.

According to a label filed with the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB), the Brooklyn, N.Y.-based brewery will release Binary, an 8 percent ABV double IPA hopped with Citra and galaxy.

The label reads:

Let’s break this down to 0’s and 1’s. You hold in your hand the connection between hop bines in Yakima, Washington, and bines down in Tasmania, Australia. BINARY is rockin’ the Yakima Citra and the Galaxy from Down Under. It’s a BINE-ary dual-hopped Double IPA with the best of both hemispheres — strains so good they’re practically cheat codes. This can is the conduit. Drink up.

Binary will be packaged in its usual 12-ounce nanokegs. An email sent to the brewery for more information was not immediately returned.

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