JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — UPDATE: NAS Jacksonville originally posted a reminder to employees that new THC-infused products like SweetWater's "420" Extra Pale Ale are still banned from consumption, resulting in First Coast News reporting such.

NAS Jacksonville: 

Warning - please read!
Most people are now aware that legalized marijuana can be found in sodas, candy, energy bars and vape products. There is now a THC-infused beer created by Sweet Water Brewery (Blue Moon) called "420" Extra Pale Ale. Navy policy remains unchanged against the use of THC by servicemembers and DoD civilians. Please be aware that you are responsible for what you consume and read labels before consuming these products!

SweetWater's "420" Extra Pale Ale is not infused with THC. 

NAS Jax later deleted their post and republished a new one replacing the brand of beer with Ceria's Grainwave. 

NAS Jacksonville: 

Warning - please read! Updated -
Most people are now aware that legalized marijuana can be found in sodas, candy, energy bars and vape products. There is now a THC-infused beer called Grainwave in states that have legalized marijuana. Navy policy remains unchanged against the use of THC by service members and DoD civilians. Please be aware that you are responsible for what you consume and read labels before consuming these products!  

Grainwave is a THC-infused, non-alcoholic beer and only sold in states that have legalized marijuana. 

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NAS Jacksonville reminded employees on Monday that despite legalized marijuana being found in everyday products, employees are still prohibited from consuming the substance in any form.

The warning, posted to Facebook, mentions specifically a THC-infused beer called "420" Extra Pale Ale, created by SweetWater Brewing Company.

"Navy policy remains unchanged against the use of THC by service members and DoD civilians," the post said. "Please be aware that you are responsible for what you consume and read labels before consuming these products!"