Six months after it was first released on draft, the third collaboration between Tired Hands Brewing Co. and Other Half Brewing is being packaged in bottles.

Oat Potion is a 6.3 percent ABV bière de miel brewed with “a whole lot of malted oats and NY wildflower honey.” The resulting brew was then fermented and conditioned in a large French oak founders for over three months.

This is the third collaboration for the two breweries, after Oat Junkie, a 6.5 percent ABV IPA brewed with honey and oats was released in July 2015 at Brooklyn, N.Y.-based Other Half as a draft-only option and Oat Overdose (6.5 percent ABV), which is scheduled to be released in four -packs of 16-ounce cans on Jan. 16.

According to a post on Tired Hands Instagram page, Oat Potion will be packaged in 500ml bottles ($18) with a limit of three bottles per person when they go on sale at the Fermentaria on Jan. 17.