Fans of Turning Point Beer have come to expect at least one new beer a week and this week is no exception, including a collaboration with another local brewery.

The Bedford, Texas-based brewery will be releasing two new creations, the first of which is Coconut Migration, a 13.3 percent ABV imperial stout brewed with cacao nibs, coconut, lactose and pecans that is meant to recreate the flavors of a German chocolate cake. The stout is the newest joint effort between Turning Point and Old Town Brewhouse in Lewisville, Texas after the two breweries collaborated on “I can’t believe you like lagers too. We should hang out.” “Totally.”, a 7.4 percent ABV lager that was released in March.

In addition, Turning Point will be releasing Bock, Bock, Bock!, a 7.2 percent ABV “malt-forward” German-style bock. While the brewery has released German-style beers in the past, this is the first time it has canned a bock-style beer since opening early last year.

In an text conversation, James Peery, head brewer and co-founder of Turning Point, told Tenemu that both Bock, Bock, Bock! and Coconut Migration will be packaged in four-packs of 16-ounce cans that will retail for $9 and $18 respectively. In addition, there will be no purchase limit on either beer when they are released exclusively at the brewery today.