Vetreprenuers Carrie Beavers of Soldier Girl Coffee

BBQ Company Uses Sassy & Successful Veteran Coffee Company

BBQ Company Uses Sassy & Successful Veteran Coffee Company



COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA, UNITED STATES, August 7, 2023/ -- Bub ‘n Mutha’s, Inc, is proud to announce that beginning August 1st, Soldier Girl Coffee will be the coffee used in 3 of its rubs. Bub ‘n Mutha’s DownEast Dinnah Dust, is the company’s award-winning original flavor, Sonofa Brisket is the new beef rub and Johnny Bravo is the latest all-purpose rub that was introduced earlier this year. Both companies are Veteran owned and operated.

John Fuhrman, founder of Bub ‘n Mutha’s states, “I couldn’t be happier. Our goal is always to support Veteran owned companies like ours and what Carrie has done with Soldier Girl Coffee is nothing short of amazing.” The first shipment of fresh roasted ground espresso arrived last week at the Bub ‘n Mutha’s facility where it will be blended with the above-mentioned rubs.

Carrie Beavers, founder of Soldier Girl Coffee Company states, "this partnership with Bub 'n Mutha's brings together my love for supporting other veteran owned businesses and BBQ. We will be able to provide improved experience for both of our customers, and employ more veterans with growth. John has created an amazing, award winning, and delicious high-quality product. I could not ask for a better fit".

Bub ‘n Mutha’s is a Veteran owned gourmet dry rub company that started in 2018 in Winter Harbor, Maine. This past January, the entire company relocated to the Midlands with a facility in Columbia. Since arriving, the rubs are now available at 14 Piggly Wiggly stores with more on the way. You can reach the company via their website –

Bub ‘n Mutha’s, Inc. produces gourmet dry rubs that are 100% natural with no preservatives. Winning back-to-back-to-back awards at the International Flavor Awards as well as helping competition BBQ contestants win a variety of categories, is just part of the quality picture in the Bub ‘n Mutha’s history. Blended to be used on anything that used to have fur, fins or feathers, the rubs are sold across the US via the website as well as in nearly 100 locations from Maine to Florida.

Soldier Girl Coffee Company is owned by a bold, strong, and sassy female veteran who believes in delicious coffee. Founded just a few years ago in 2021, SGCC is already becoming one of America's fastest, most widely known coffee companies. They take great pride in their coffee products and feature over a dozen high-quality coffee lines. Their roaster grows, mills, and sources premium Arabica coffees, and has visibility and control of production from seed to cup, which is just one reason they taste so good.

As a veteran herself, founder Carrie Beavers understands the devastating effects of Post-Traumatic Stress. As someone who has dealt with it herself, she is committed to donating a portion of all SGCC product sales to nonprofit veteran organizations specializing in helping veterans avoid isolation. These nonprofits encourage veterans to get out, socialize and connect with other veterans to improve mental health. All to reduce veteran suicide.

For more information on her coffee and merchandise, visit it could save a life.



John Fuhrman - Founder
Bub 'n Mutha's

Carrie Beavers
Soldier Girl Coffee Company
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Specialist E4 Carrie Beavers, United States Army


Soldier Girl Coffee Company, LLC.



After serving on active duty in the U.S. Army for ten years in Darmstadt, Germany and Fort Bragg, North Carolina as a Combat Medic. Carrie Beavers moved to Michigan with her spouse and worked in various jobs in healthcare to help serve her community.  She is a disabled Veteran. These days, she helps other Veterans with PTSD, anxiety and depression by offering a CBD infused Coffee line. The last few years, Beavers struggled during her nursing career with PTSD, anxiety and depression. Beavers was dealing with the financial and emotional challenges that many Veterans face and was looking for other ways to help herself and her fellow Veterans. Recently, Beavers decided to strike out on her own and created Soldier Girl Coffee Company. In so doing, Beavers has not only improved her own situation but helped other Veterans avoid depression and suicide and find more productive paths forward.



What does your company do?

Soldier Girl Coffee Companies mission is to serve Americans the best coffee experience, use business to offer natural alternatives to Veterans with PTSD. To inspire veterans through Brand Ambassador program to get out of isolation and reconnect with other Veterans. Round up donation of sales donated to Veteran Non Profits that take action to get the veteran out of isolation, and connected with other veterans for the camaraderie through outdoor programs. I believe these programs help with Veteran Suicide Prevention.


What promoted you to launch it?

 I was struggling with my PTSD, depression and anxiety. I was working on my mental health with counseling and medication that was only helping a little. As a member of various Veterans groups online, I found a place that I felt supported because of the unique bond Veterans have. I would see (sometimes multiple times a day) a Veteran commenting that they wanted to end their life. I would go on the groups to offer support and it really broke my heart to see and hear this everyday and wish that I could do more. I have used CBD products and have found that it helps me with my PTSD symptoms, and I want to share this with other veterans that may be struggling. The coffee is CBD infused and 100% THC free. I am very passionate about spreading Veteran suicide awareness and spreading our mission to other Veterans all over the world that they can join our team and stop Veteran suicide.


How has your military life educated and influenced your business life?

My military life influenced me to do my best and push myself farther than I thought I could go physically and mentally. My business has went a lot farther than I expected in the beginning. The military prepared me for management and leadership roles and how to work with and communicate with all types of people. The military instilled core values that I bring into my business such as trust, respect, integrity, and discipline.


What do you hope to do with your business?

I hope to offer another tool for Veterans struggling with PTSD, anxiety, and depression through CBD infused coffee. I want to inspire veterans through my branding that they are not alone, and their stories do matter. Many women veterans feel invisible, and I want to give them a platform to share their stories as well as men. I want to encourage MST (Military Sexual Trauma) survivors like myself to get help instead of waiting 30 years like I did, and letting the trauma control my self-sabotaging behaviors.


What is the most important thing you want people to know about Veterans?

People need to know that our Veterans are struggling to stay alive everyday and we cannot stop this without their help. When we transition from the military, we do not anticipate the sense of loss we will feel or the lack of value, and many feel lost. In the military, you may be in charge of super-expensive equipment (for example) and that’s your job that gives you purpose and makes you feel valuable. When you transition, its very hard to find a job that compares to the military. As Veterans feel their value and purpose decrease, they question why they are still alive. On top of that, we do not have our team, our mission, our brother and sisterhood. We define brotherhood and sisterhood by our actions. We are challenged daily and put in situations where the camaraderie builds itself and the men and women then build each other up. This binds the units together so they can function properly. It is the call to duty, and sharing the title of being an American and what that means, that also bonds us together.



Matt Robinson
63 Brookline Street
Needham, MA 02492


1 Review

Carrie has a heart of gold and her coffee is outstanding! Great Article!

April 2021