Whether you call it Taylor Ham or pork roll, you can now enjoy New Jersey's favorite breakfast meat in solid or liquid form. Provided that you're a beer lover, that is.

The Somerdale, Camden County-based Flying Fish Brewing Co. on Thursday released several new beers in its popular Exit series in celebration of the brewery's 20th anniversary, including Exit 7 Pork Roll Porter. The beer will be available on draft and in 750-ml bottles for a limited time.

Described in a release as showcasing "characters of chocolate, maple, toasted nuts and a bit of spice from the pork roll," the brew weighs in at 7.5 ABV and, as NJ.com reports, was produced using actual pork roll from Taylor Provisions. On the nose, "aromas of cocoa with hints of maple and smoke" dominate.

Flying Fish's Exit series typically takes inspiration for its brews from areas along the New Jersey Turnpike. Its Pork Roll Porter was named after the Turnpike's Bordentown/Trenton exit, which leads to both Taylor Provisions and fellow breakfast meat producer Case's Pork Roll.

Despite the name, Taylor Ham proponents ought not take offense. As Flying Fish founder Gene Muller told NJ 101.5, the company initially intended to release an Exit 7A Taylor Ham brew, but the name is trademarked.

Pennsylvania's favorite breakfast meat — Scrapple — got its own beer back in 2014 from Delaware's Dogfish Head. Named Beer for Breakfast, that brew will be available as a winter seasonal release in 12-ounce bottles for the first time starting in November.