Good To Go is Good To Go

Kat and her husband Brent are a military family. He served on flight decks in the Navy for four years after high school, and then came back to the US to continue his studies and successfully put himself through college almost solely from the money he earned from the Navy and his various side jobs while in school. He had dreams to one day have a business he could call his own, and so did she. Her parents are entrepreneurs, and this is something she could see herself enjoying as well. Brent and Kat met when they were in college in Dallas. About 7 years later, they found themselves still together and home brewing in a Beer Club competition at Cornell University in upstate New York, where she was getting her MBA. They fell in love with the idea of creating a product that all their friends could share and enjoy. They wanted to share something that they created, that they believed in, that they thought was delicious with everyone around them. It is not as easy as it sounds, but today they run The Texas Ale Project where they strive to support veterans and always put quality first. Today, they are proud to have a very talented and passionate team, including a second Veteran on board as one of their brewers.

When they met the veterans of HCC, they were immediately excited about the opportunity to help other veterans start their own businesses, become engaged in small businesses, and build exciting lives back at home, so they developed a beer that everyone could enjoy and feel good about. A portion of the proceeds from the sales of Good to Go Pale Ale give back to HCC to provide necessary training and support for the next generation of successful veteran entrepreneurs.

Stores it can be found in:

  • Kroger
  • Whole Foods
  • Central Market
  • Target
  • Market Street

Good to Go Pale Ale was developed with the mission of empowering veterans. As a veteran-owned brewery, Texas Ale Project believes in making a difference in the lives of veterans. A portion of the proceeds will go directly to Honor Courage Commitment, an organization that provides education and training to veteran entrepreneurs. For more information about Texas Pale Ale, To host an event, or to check out their brewery visit TexasAleProject.Com