The mission of the Cincinnati Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired (CABVI) is to help blind and visually impaired citizens in the city be more independent. To that end, the organization has teamed up with Cincy’s West Side Brewing to produce a raspberry gose ale that debuted in the brewery taproom in late August.

The beer—dubbed Braille Ale—has Braille lettering on the can so that blind or visually impaired consumers can determine what kind of beverage they’re getting.

The project was undertaken to help raise awareness about the issues faced by those with vision loss, and a portion of the proceeds of the limited-edition beer will go to support CABVI’s services.