For its latest brew, Budweiser turned to a journal entry penned by George Washington in 1757. In it, Washington described the process of making small beer. It says, and we quote, “You want that beer hazy as shit. Citra. Galaxy. Mosaic. Whatever hops you got, toss ’em in when it’s done boiling. Don’t forget the vanilla bean, lactose, and fruit puree. People love that stuff.” Okay, Washington’s recipe is a bit more old school (obviously), and it produces a beer with notes of molasses and a malty sweetness. Budweiser Freedom Reserve Red Lager is a brew inspired by that one. Brewed by veterans that work at Bud, a portion of the proceeds will go to Folds of Honor, a group working to grant military families educational scholarships. You can expect Freedom Reserve Red Lager on shelves this month.