Homestead Beer Co. will celebrate its sixth anniversary Saturday (Feb. 16) with a party and the release of a special brew.

"The first six years have gone really well," co-founder Kevin Atkinson said. "We're just having a big party to celebrate."

The celebration begins at noon at the Heath brewery and will include live music and food, along with the release of Phantom Cowboy, a milk stout aged in Buffalo Trace and Heaven Hill barrels.

The limited-edition beer is a blend of both barrels and has been aging for about a year. It will be available on draft and sold in 22-ounce bottles for $15.

"It's just a delicious, smooth milk stout," Atkinson said.

Homestead wants to devote more energy to barrel-aging beers moving forward, he said. The brewery also wants to concentrate on producing consistent, high-quality versions of fan favorites such as Tenpenny Amber Ale, Galactic Heroes IPA and Snake Oil, he said.

There also has been discussion about potentially opening a satellite taproom.

For more details about the anniversary party, including the music lineup, click here.