A Utah brewery has introduced a limited edition beer to support gay marriage.

“Live and Let Live” is a pale ale whose label features the outline of a male couple riding a ski lift.

“This beer will have a short life. We'll have it out as a specialty beer for a month or two and then we'll move on,” Greg Schrif, founder and president of Wasatch Brewery, told Utah Public Radio. “It's just a chance to give our gay community, our gay brothers and sisters, a little support and let them know that they're not standing alone and that we're tying to draw attention to the issue and that they have our full support.”

In December, a federal judge issued a ruling declaring Utah's ban on gay marriage invalid. The state has appealed the decision and the case has been fast-tracked by the appeals court.

(Related: Wineries help raise cash for gay marriage.)