Seven months after The Collective Brewing Project released Apricot Petite Golden Sour exclusively on-draft, the sour beer is making a return, but this time only in bottles.

The Forth Worth, Texas-based brewery’s sour ale will be a 4.5 percent ABV sour golden ale brewed with brettanomyces bruxellensis var. dire, lactobacillus delbrueuckii and brettanomyces lambicus before being aged in wine barrels with apricot puree sourced from Oregon for approximately three months. However, according to The Collective Brewing Project spokesman Tony Drewry, the newest version of the beer differs from the original version in that it was aged in wine barrels, whereas the first incarnation was not. Approximately 1,700 500ml bottles were filled.

This will be the ninth version of Petite Golden Sour to be sold so far, although there are multiple versions still scheduled to be released in the future:

Apricot Petite Golden Sour will be packaged exclusively in 500ml bottles ($12) and will have a six bottle purchase limit when it is released July 14-15 to members of the brewery’s Crowler Club, with general public sales starting on July 16. Bottles of Suspicious Delicious (6.9 percent ABV) will be debuting on July 16 as well with no purchase limit.