Goose Island Brewery will once again leverage the Pitchfork Music Festival with two festival-themed beers.

The brewer is creating one beer with Pitchfork staff and the other with Sharon Van Etten, a festival performer. The two beers will be sold exclusively at the music festival.

The brewery last year made two one-off brews for the festival: Forcone Session Ale (Forcone is Italian for Pitchfork) and Run the Jewels, a beer created with Killer Mike and EL-P. The two perform under the Run the Jewels name.

Goose Island is in the second year of a three-year partnership with Pitchfork. The brewer in 2013 replaced Heineken as the festival’s official beer.

Anheuser-Busch InBev acquired Goose Island in 2011.