Warped Wing Brewing Co. dug deep into the Dayton beer vault to come up with its newest beer.

The Dayton brewery has reinvented Superba -- a brand once made by the Olt's Brother's Brewing Co. that disappeared in 1942.

“There is some remarkable beer history in Dayton," brewery co-founder Nick Bowman said in a prepared statement. “We wanted to embrace that heritage, by resurrecting a Dayton beer name from the past while putting a contemporary spin on the beer recipe.”

Superba is part of the brewery's ongoing seasonal lager-style series. It's 5.4 percent alcohol and 35 IBUs. The brewery says the beer, which features Noble hops, was "designed to quench the tastes that live between IPAs and pilsners."

Warped Wing will release both draft and six-packs of 12-ounce cans starting Thursday (Feb. 8) at the brewery. There will be a party at 5 p.m., when some of the Olt family members will share stories about their family's brewery.

Superba will hit the retail market Feb. 13.

Warped Wing isn't the first Ohio brewery to reinvent an old classic. Others include Maumee Bay Buckeye Beer and Double Wing POC.