Washington, D.C.- In these hectic days of marketing buzzwords, it's hard to compete. The U.S. Army National Guard has found a way to keep up with the demand of a lighter, less filling service.
"When you want that crisp, refreshing taste of freedom but half the casualties." Says MAJ Rindle of the Public Relations office in D.C.
The other reserve branches have taken notice and are said to be considering similar approaches. The Army Reserves is testing a local Craft-service to connect with the bearded hipster youth of today.
Despite high demand for this, new National Guardsman will be in limited release as they're only brewed one weekend a month.