A friend sent me the source link below. I just want to give them some more publicity, I'm a big fan of their cause.
Now I have to find some around here...
From the article:
Every time they sell a beer, they give half of the profits to groups supporting veterans, active service members, and their families.
So far the women say they have donated more than $6,000 in cash to charity, plus $4,000 in beer donations for fund-raising events. The nonprofits they've supported include the USO, Homes for Our Troops, the Ahern Family Charitable Foundation, the Massachusetts Soldiers Legacy Fund, and America's VetDogs.
"Our priority is really just to say 'thank you' to our troops and veterans for their service," Rogers said. "When my father passed away, I wanted to do something in his honor to say 'thank you' for his life of service. [Haley] said, 'Well, why don't we do a beer.' I said, 'Hmm, beer, all right. That's an interesting thought.'"
Source -> http://www.boston.com/lifestyle/food/blogs/99bottles/2011/05/drink_a_beer_help_a_veteran.html
Brewery page -> http://www.50back.com/
Another great link -> http://anysoldier.com