George Clooney will be celebrating his 58th birthday next month, and he now has one more reason to celebrate the occasion. A cocktail lounge in Chicago will be serving a drink in honor of the actor for a limited period of time.

On Clooney’s birthday on May 6, Bassment in Chicago will be serving a drink called The Clooney, Us Weekly reported. The drink will be available until the fall this year.

The Clooney drink will be served in a special mug that will have ice cubes with the actor’s “dazzling” face on it. A spokesperson of Bassment said that the drink pays homage to the actor.

The drink contains Casamigos tequila, which the Hollywood star co-created with his friend Rande Gerber. The other ingredients of the drink are Carpano Antica, vanilla bean simple syrup, crème de banana, smoked hickory and honeyed apricot.

This is not the first time that Bassment in Chicago has decided to serve a drink named after a celebrity. The lounge previously released drinks that were inspired by stars like Elton John, Beyoncé, Adele, Ed Sheeran and Jennifer Lopez.

While his fans can have a drink in his name next month, Clooney has been busy with work. The actor and his Grant Heslov’s Smokehouse Pictures have signed a first look deal with MGM, Variety reported. The first film that will come under this deal is a movie based on Alex Pappademas’ Epic magazine article “Saint John,” and the flick is expected to be directed by Clooney.

Meanwhile, Clooney’s wife is also doing something related to journalism. British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has appointed Amal Clooney as a special envoy on media freedom, E! News reported.

Amal has been tasked with establishing a panel of legal experts to “counter draconian laws that hinder journalists from going about their work.” The human rights lawyer said that she is “honoured” to chair the panel, and she added that through her work defending journalists she has seen firsthand how reporters across the world are targeted for doing their work.