SGT. Jimmy beer

Shabooms has been accepted to the Dog Tag Brewing Family !

At Dog Tag Brewing Foundation, we help build legacies of our nation’s Fallen Warriors by partnering with Gold Star Families who contact us on new or existing Legacy Building Initiatives in their community that are designed to carry on the memory of their loved one.

visit their website to find out more about this great Organization at http://www.dogtagbrewing.org/13907087_1149951831736875_8142209699207480508_n

SGT. Jimmy’s Mother and Aunt was at the Brewery last week for the tapping and canning of the new Legacy Lager Dog Tag beer, they got to meet the great people of Dog Tag Brewing and Papst Brewing. 200.000 cans of SGT. James C Robinson Lager was canned and will be available all over the United States soon so be sure to ask your favorite Bar , restaurant and gas station , grocery store , state store to ask their distributor for it and get it in your area today.

THE FAMILIES OF MILITARY SERVICEMEN AND SERVICEWOMEN WHO DIED IN SERVICE TO OUR NATION. THESE ARE AMERICA’S GOLD STAR FAMILIES.

“Gold Star Family” is a modern reference that comes from the Service Flag. These flags/banners were first flown by families during World War I. The flag included a blue star for every immediate family member serving in the armed forces of the United States, during any period of war or hostilities in which the armed forces of the United States were engaged. If that loved one died, the blue star was replaced by a gold star. This allowed members of the community to know the price that the family had paid in the cause of freedom.

 

WHAT DOES A GOLD STAR PIN REPRESENT?

There are two different lapel pins issued by the Department of Defense to Gold Star Family members. The pins serve as a public display and remembrance of their sacrifices.

The Gold Star Lapel Pin was established by Congress in 1947 and is given to widows, parents and next of kin of those service members killed in combat. The pin features a gold star on a field of purple and surrounded by laurel leaves.

The Next of Kin Lapel Pin, approved in 1973, is presented to the primary next of kin of service members who lose their lives while serving on active duty or while assigned in a Reserve or National Guard unit in a drill status. This pin features a gold star on a gold background and surrounded by four oak sprigs.