Wicked Weed Brewing’s newest release is named after the French term for farm boy.

Garçon de Ferme is a 6.2 percent ABV farmhouse ale brewed with brettanomyces and has been conditioned on “over a pound-and-a-half of fresh, whole peaches.”The new beer is the latest addition to the Asheville, N.C.-based brewery Ferme releases, which “are intended to be agrarian and rustic while still showing off the subtlety of our brett culture and the fruit that’s featured in the beer,” according to a post on Wicked Weed’s Facebook page.

Previous releases in the series include Fille de Ferme, a 4.1 percent ABV “tart farmhouse ale” brewed with honeysuckle and orange zest and Ferme de Grand-Pere, a 7 percent ABV foeder-aged brettanomyces farmhouse ale aged on marionberries, among others.

According to Wicked Weed, Garçon de Ferme is packaged in 500ml bottles and is available today at the brewery’s Funkatorium and the Brewpub, and will have limited distribution starting next week.