Tired Hands Brewing Co. has released a new beer in bottles, but you can only drink it on-site.

The new beer is Rust & Decay, an 8.8 percent ABV “Autumnal ale” that was “constructed with a plethora of specialty malts and will help keep you warm as the weather gets colder.” According to Mike LaRosa production manager at Tired Hands, the ale was brewed in March and aged in Elijah Craig bourbon barrels for “about seven months” before being bottled.

Rust & Decay is packaged in 500ml bottles ($15) and are available at both the Fermentaria and the Brew Café. LaRosa told Tenemu that there were “roughly 500” bottles available, and that “no bottles will be sold capped to leave the building,” meaning that the beer is only being sold for for in-house consumption.