Birdfish Brewing Co. is getting into canning.

The Columbiana brewery has installed a manual canning system at its production facility and plans to offer biweekly, limited-release cans starting in June. The beers will be available in 16-ounce four-packs, with the price varying depending on the beer.

The beers will be sold out of the production brewery. Birdfish also operates a nanobrewery and tasting room.

The first release will feature two of the brewery's popular draft offerings: Too Hip to Sip Hazy IPA and Dude White Russian Stout. Then, Birdfish plans to release a new canned beer every other week, co-founder Josh Dunn said.

The can labels will feature an old school letterpress look. Birdfish has a letterpress from the 1890s at the facility and prints its own coasters and posters.