Westbrook Brewing Co. has released a new collaboration with Evil Twin Brewing named OFYMD, a 12.8 percent ABV imperial stout brewed with “a healthy amount” of lactose, Mauritian muscovado sugar and a “big dose” of pineapple purée before being conditioned on mounds of toasted coconut chips.

“We decided to create a beer that would reflect our mutual love of frozen tropical cocktails and of course, pastry stouts,” reads a post on Westbrook’s Instagram page. “What does the name mean? If you don’t already know…then we aren’t telling.”

According to Westbrook, OFYMD is packaged in four-packs of 16-ounce cans ($24) that are available now at the brewery. In addition, cans will be shipped to retailers throughout Westbrook’s distribution network.

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