HOUSTON – Saint Arnold's newest beer is getting a lot of buzz.
Saint Arnold's Bishops Barrel 7 gets its name from Woodford Reserve bourbon barrels.
"So as the beer goes into the wood and goes out of the wood, it'll bring some of the bourbon out, so you'll get some of that bourbon mixed in with the beer," said Brock Wagner with Saint Arnold.
It's the seventh time the Houston brewery has released a barrel-aged beer and you'll be lucky if you can get your hands on one.
"We're really limited in production in terms of demand of the beer," said Lennie Ambrose with Saint Arnold. "We don't really have enough to do a mass release on the store level."
That means you'll have to go to a restaurant or bar to try a sip and you better act fast.
Bishops Barrel 7 pairs well with something sweet and it packs a punch. It's 2 to 3 times stronger than your standard light beer.