In Texas we love BBQ well now we can get some good sauce with all the proceeds helping local veterans right here in the state.

Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum launched Sailor Jerry Ironsides BBQ Sauce that is created in partnership with Texas-based, veteran-owned BBQ business Grill Your Ass Off. This new sauce gives 100% of profits from each bottle sold to support veterans. 

Manufactured in Texas, Sailor Jerry Ironsides BBQ Sauce is crafted with Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum, incorporating the bold character of the 92-proof spirit and resulting in a smooth and smoky tomato-based sauce that brings the signature Sailor Jerry spice blend to the forefront, finishing with a kick of sweet heat. 

Sailor Jerry® Spiced Rum was created to honor Norman “Sailor Jerry” Collins, a Navy vet who built his rep inking soldiers and sailors in WWII-era Honolulu where he established his legendary tattoo parlor and himself as the undisputed father of American old-school tattooing.

Fifty percent of profits will go to the veteran-owned business Grill Your Ass Off, while the remaining 50% will benefit The Independence Fund, a 501c3 non-profit committed to restoring the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual independence of our nation’s veterans. 

The Independence Fund will use the donation to support Operation Resiliency, a program that reunites veterans who served together. The reunions are often conducted through retreats and promote a sense of community while teaching coping skills.

You can find out more about them on their website. The sauce is available for purchase for $12.99 at Grill Your Ass Off

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Go ahead and try to see how many you can guess correctly!

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