For the first time, Great Lakes Brewing Co. will be releasing bottles of Rackhouse Ale today.

The 9.5 percent ABV “sweet ale” is brewed with roasted barley malt before being aged in bourbon barrels. The beer was first released as a draft-only option by the Cleavland, Ohio-based brewery in 2005.

According to a post on Great Lake’s website, Rackhouse Ale will be packaged in wax-dipped 22-ounce bottles ($17.95) with a limit of six bottles per person when it goes on sale at the brewery today