Five new beers. A shortened work week. Looks like the Veil is doing its part to keep the wait for next weekend to a minimum.

Today, The Veil Brewing Co. of Richmond, Va. will release five 16-ounce beers. Veil “will be releasing the most cases we have ever released on a Tuesday” according to a Facebook post. The Facebook posts for each beer also note that purchase limits are subject to change.

Sales begin when the doors open at 4 p.m.

First up is the all new Bavarian style Hefeweizen, Braühaüsenweisse. The 5.3 percent ABV beer is self-described as “crisp, full of Hefe yeast esters, subtle clove, and effervescent.” The Veil expects a yield between 95 and 115 cases. Four-packs are $13 each with a four four-pack limit per person.

The next new beer is Master Taunt, the recipe for which is a “mash-up” of Veil’s house IPA Master Shredder and their house double IPA, Crucial Taunt. One of the goals for this beer was “making Crucial Taunt with mainly Mosaic in the hop blend as opposed to mainly Citra.” Master Shredder comes in at 5.5 percent ABV, and will retail for $16 per four-pack. There will be a 24-can limit on purchases of the 200 to 205 case yield.

That brings us to new beer number three. Broz Broz Night Night is a double dry-hopped version of the 9 percent ABV double IPA Broz Night Out. The yield of 185 to 210 cases will sell for $18.50 per four-pack with a three four-pack per person limit.

New beer number four is a collaboration with Cloudwater Brew Co. out of the United Kingdom called Chubbles. The triple IPA boasts a 10.9 percent ABV and is made “with 100% English malt, a ton of flaked oats, fermented with a specific English yeast, and hopped intensely with Galaxy, Citra, and El Dorado.” Four-packs of the 190-225 cases will sell for $19 each. Expect a limit of three four-packs per person.

Last but not least, is a re-release of Child Support. The 4.5 percent ABV single hop Pilsner features Motueka hops from New Zealand. Child Support will retail for $13 per four-pack.