A 99-pack of beer? Yep, it's real – at least in Texas.

Austin Beerworks launched “the world’s first and only 99-pack” of its Peacemaker Anytime Ale on Thursday.

The brewery introduced the "99-pack for $99" deal with a minute-long video on its website. 

“You can have a Peacemaker pretty much anytime,” the video explains. “Since you can drink it anytime, you’re going to want to have more than a few on hand.”

The brewery thought about having a 12-pack, but decided that wasn’t enough. It “landed on the perfect size – the 99-pack,” which is 82 pounds of beer squeezed into a seven-foot-long case, according to the brewery’s website. 

"What started out as a joke became very real when we realized how much people love the idea of 99 beers for $99.99,” Austin Beerworks co-founder Michael Graham said in a news release.

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The brewery’s Facebook page, which has nearly 15,000 likes, has been flooded with comments about the 99-packs.

“How does it feel to be the most popular brewery in America (or the internet) right now?” one person commented on the page.

“Anytime is a good time for 99 beers,” another commented. 

But there is a catch: The 99-packs will only be available in Austin, Texas, and the brewery is only releasing a limited number of cases.

According to Austin Beerworks’ Facebook page, there will only be about 20 to go around this weekend.

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Don’t worry; Austin Beerworks said they’d make more.