Just three weeks after Tired Hands Brewing Co. put Ourison on sale, a different version has been announced.

The newest bottle release from the Ardmore, Pa.-based brewery is Pourison, a oak fermented saison that has been conditioned on “heavy amounts” of fresh peaches sourced from Three Springs Fruit Farm in Wenksville, Pa. for “many months.” Only 900 500ml bottles were filled.

Like the recently released Ourison, Pourison uses the Ardmore, Pa.-based brewery’s SaisonHands (4.8 percent ABV) as its base, but it is conditioned longer in oak before undergoing a “lengthy” bottle conditioning period. First released in 2013, SaisonHands is brewed with four different grains including rye, oats and wheat as well as cascade hops and is fermented in a large oak foudre for two months.

According to Mike LaRosa, production manager at Tired Hands, Pourison will be packaged in 500ml bottles ($18) and will be limited to three bottles per person when it goes on sale at the Fermentaria on Nov. 22.