The Veil Brewing Co. has announced that the final can releases of the year will be happening today, including two fan favorites, a new triple IPA and a collaboration brewed with maple syrup.

The first release is Never Never Again Again, a 5.1 percent ABV double raspberry gose that debuted late last year. The sour ale is a variant in Veil’s fruited gose Never Series and is packaged in four-packs of 16-ounce cans priced at $22 that will feature a purchase limit of two four-packs per person and an estimated 165-190 cases available.

The next beer to be released today is IdonteverEVERwanttoBU, a 9.3 percent ABV double dry-hopped version of a 0 IBU double IPA named IdonteverwanttoBU. This latest incarnation is hopped with Citra and Mosaic hops, and approximately 170-190 cases are expected to be available priced at $19 per four-pack of 16-ounce cans and a purchase limit of three four-packs per person.

The third beer being released is Sugar House, an 8 percent ABV double IPA brewed with Mosaic, Azacca, and Vic Secret hops as well as maple syrup sourced from BLiS Gourmet. The new beer is a collaboration with Luke Pestl of Bellwoods Brewery in Toronto, and four-packs of 16-ounce cans will retail for $17 with a three four-pack per person purchase limit.

Finally there is whitebugatti, the triple version of the brewery’s double IPA whiteferrari. Brewed with Citra and galaxy  hops, it comes in at 11 percent ABV and will have approximately 180-200 cases available priced at $18 per four-pack with a purchase limit of two four-packs of 16-ounce cans per person.