Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Texas Ale Project crafts Good to Go to support veterans

Image courtesy of Texas Ale Project.

Looking to give back and make a difference in the lives of veterans, Texas Ale Project (TAP) of Dallas has created a special beer to benefit Honor Courage Commitment, Inc. (HCC). It's an organization that provides education and training to veteran entrepreneurs.

The beer, dubbed Good to Go Pale Ale (5.3% ABV, 32 IBU), came to be after TAP founders Kat and Brent Thompson met with the veterans of HCC. Entrepreneurs and members of a military family themselves, the Thompsons came away from that meeting excited about the opportunity to help veterans start their own businesses, while building successful lives back home. To that end, Good to Go was developed with the mission of empowering veterans, with a portion of the proceeds from its sales to be donated to HCC.

For more on the work being done by Honor Courage Commitment, Inc., visit HCC's website at hccvet.org. In addition, veterans interested in pursuing a career in the brewing industry may send their resume and cover letter for consideration to info@texasaleproject.com.

As for Good to Go, the beer will be sold on draft and in six-packs of 12-oz cans. Look for it wherever TAP beers are sold.

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