Streetside Brewery will release its first barrel-aged sour next week (Dec. 9) -- a blond American wild ale called "All in the Family" that was aged in wine barrels.

"Building a sour program has been one of our goals since we opened a year ago," founder and managing brewer Garrett Hickey said in a prepared statement. "Luke [Shropshire], our lead brewer, has been homebrewing sours for years, and they are his passion. We’re excited to bring the fruits of our labor to the masses."

All in the Family -- the first in a series that the Cincinnati brewery is calling its Streetside Cellar Series -- "is a combination of sour blondes fermented with different wild yeasts and souring bacteria resulting in light funk, bright citrus, mellow oak and lemon zest," the brewery said. It is 6.7 percent alcohol by volume.

It will go on sale at 10 a.m. Dec. 9. There will be a limited number of 750ml bottles available for $16.

The name stems from how the beer was created. One of Hickey's relatives owns Vineyard 511 in Napa Valley and offered the brewery six wine barrels made from French oak and used only twice. Another relative of the Streetside family transported the barrels from California.