The Canadian native was critically injured when a suspension piece pierced an artery in his thigh
It's called The Bricks, a brick red IPA created in honor of the 100th Indy 500.
Hinchcliffe credits the Indianapolis safety team with saving his life.
Hinchcliffe was released on May 26 after he had surgery on May 18 for an upper left thigh and pelvic injury.
The driver updated fans and followers on his recovery process on social media.
According to a release from IndyCar, Hinchcliffe is expect to make a full recovery from his injuries to his pelvic area and upper thigh.
Hinchcliffe had to be cut out of the car.
Briscoe has made nine career Indy 500 starts
James Hinchcliffe crashed during practice Monday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
IndyCar driver James Hinchcliffe had major blood loss as a result of his injuries.