BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Guinness Open Gate Brewery has created a new beer to celebrate Black History Month.

The concoction is called “Station at 601” to pay homage to a train station at 601 S. President Street that was a part of the Underground Railroad. It’s a black IPA with tangerine and clocks in at 8% alcohol by volume.

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“Station at 601.” Credit: Guinness Open Gate Brewery

Customers hoping to try it will be able to buy cans or on draft at the brewery for in-person dining or curbside pickup.

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The new beer is the second to be released as part of the brewery’s Allyship Through Collaboration Series. It was a collaborative effort with Black team members and allies from the brewery, officials said.

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CBS Baltimore Staff