There are very few combinations that are as inviting as chocolate and vanilla, and a new beer from Tree House Brewing Co. aims to prove why that is the case.

The Charlton, Mass.-based brewery has released cans of Abstraction Vanilla, an 8.8 percent ABV imperial porter was conditioned on “copious amounts” of Madagascar bourbon vanilla beans. As the name suggests, the base beer is Tree House’s Abstraction (8.8 percent ABV), an imperial porter brewed with “a sturdy base” of Caramel, Chocolate and Roasted malts as well as Warrior hops that debuted last month.

According to a post on Tree House’s website, Abstraction Vanilla is packaged in 16-ounce cans ($5.55) that are available at the exclusively at the brewery now with a purchase limit of three cans per person.

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