Support Texas craft brewers with a 100% cotton Great Texas Beer Run tee designed by our talented friends at Guerilla Suit.
100% of proceeds from our online store ordinarily go to further the Texas Craft Brewers Guild's mission of advancing the Texas craft brewing industry through advocacy and education. Now, to help support individual breweries during this time of need, we are offering purchasers the opportunity toSPLIT THE NET PROCEEDSof your Great Texas Beer Run T-Shirt and/or Poster orders with the Texas craft brewery of your choice! If you would like to designate a local brewery to benefit from your purchase, please enter the name of the brewery in the "Special Order Notes" field of your shopping cart prior to check-out. Net Proceed Splitting FAQ:
What if I don't enter a brewery when submitting my order? That's Ok! 100% of proceeds from our online store go to further the Texas Craft Brewers Guild's mission of advancing the Texas craft brewing industry through advocacy and education. Thank you for supporting our non-profit association representing 300+ small and independent breweries across the state.
If I enter a brewery, how will net proceeds be shared? Net proceeds from your Great Texas Beer Run T-Shirt and/or Poster order will be split 50/50 between the Texas Craft Brewers Guild and the brewery you designate. Net proceeds are calculated after printing costs, sales tax, and shipping fees, materials, and labor.
Can I enter the name of multiple breweries? We're afraid not, net proceeds from Great Texas Beer Run merch orders are already going to be split between potentially hundreds of breweries, so we need to keep it simple with an even split. If multiple brewery names are entered with an order, the first brewery listed will receive the proceed split.
What happens if I enter the name of an out-of-state brewery, an internationally owned brewery, another kind of company, or make up a company? Net proceeds can only be split with independent Texas craft breweries. If you enter the name of a company that is not a Texas Craft Brewers Guild brewery, brewpub, or brewery in planning member, (or another licensed and operating small and independent craft brewery in Texas), all proceeds from the order will continue to support the Guild.
What happens if I enter the name of a brewery that is not yet licensed and operating? The only in-planning breweries who are eligible to receive proceed-sharing are official Brewery-in-Planning members of the Texas Craft Brewers Guild. These breweries are in the process of finalizing a location, undergoing construction, etc. and have a mailing address/contact info on file with the Guild.