This weekend, The Collective Brewing Project is celebrating its fourth year in business by releasing a brand new beer.

The Forth Worth, Texas-based brewery will be releasing Doom Slayer, a 5 percent ABV sour ale conditioned on 1,600 pounds of Montmorency cherries. The beer uses the brewery’s Wood Folk (7.4 percent ABV) as its base, a beer that was first released in July 2016.

Doom Slayer will be the third release in The Collective Brewing Project’s Tears of Wood Series, which is made up of beers that conditioned on cherries:

  • Tears of Wood Doom Berry (6.66 percent ABV) — Blend of Raspberry Petite Golden Sour and Wood Folk conditioned on 800 pounds of Montmorency cherries
  • Tears of Wood Shadow Walker (5.3 percent ABV) — Wood Folk conditioned on second use Montmorency cherries originally used in Doom Berry
  • Tears of Wood Doom Slayer (5 percent ABV) — Wood Folk conditioned on 1,600 pounds of Montmorency cherries

According to a post on The Collective Brewing Project’s Instagram page, Doom Slayer will be packaged in 500ml bottles ($13)  and is scheduled to be released to the general public with no bottle limits on Nov. 10, although members of the brewery’s membership club will be able to pick up their bottles starting on Nov. 7.

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