For the second time in as many months, Hill Farmstead Brewery is releasing a new version of its barrel-aged wheat stout, but this incarnation was aged in rum barrels.

Genealogy of Morals: Akmel Nuri is an imperial wheat stout aged barrels that previously held Privateer Rum for more than 16 months and conditioned on Akmel Nuri’s organic Ethiopian coffee beans sourced and roasted by The Coffee Collective in Copenhagen, Germany.

The base beer is the Greensboro, Vt.-based brewery’s Genealogy—an imperial stout that is conditioned in stainless steel—while the name is taken from a book published by the German philosopher Fredrick Nietzsche in 1887.

According to a post on Hill Farmstead’s website, Genealogy of Morals: Akmel Nur will be available in 375ml bottles ($25) with a one bottle per person purchase limit when it is released exclusively at the brewery on Jan. 30.