Bottoms Up! New Beer Aids Veterans' Charities

Yes, it’s true my home state of Massachusetts is the native habitat of that frigthening political specter, the moonbat.

But not everyone in the Bay State is lefty loon. Some are downright proud to be American, and enthusiastically support our veterans. Consider the story of Kimberly Rogers and Paige Haley, two friends from the town of Pepperell who just introduced 50 Back lager — half the profits are given to veterans charities.

Among the organizations they support are the USO and Homes for Our Troops, a Massachusetts charity that builds handicapped accessible homes around the country for wounded veterans.


We wrote about them today in The Boston Herald. Right now the beer is available only in Massachusetts. But I thought the nationwide Big Government community would like to hear their story. If the beer catches on, as I imagine it will, then the sky’s the limit.

50 Back was introduced Memorial Day weekend and was first sold in Boston’s northern suburbs. But it just found its way into the city, so it’s quickly finding a market of willing Bay Staters … maybe even some moonbats, too.

In any case, sounds like a good excuse to knock back a few frosties this weekend.

(Photo courtesy Ted Fitzgerald at The Boston Herald)


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