For every pint of Let Me Fetch An Oatmeal Stout sold in their taproom, the brewery will donate $1 to Feeding America West Michigan as part of the statewide Hops Against Hunger campaign.
Pigeon Hill describes LMFAO as an “extremely drinkable oatmeal stout.” It comes in at 5.0% ABV and 20 IBUs and is served on nitro in the taproom. An agreeable companion to ease your transition into fall.
Every pint of Crossroads Rye IPA sold at Harmony Hall during the month of September will provide four meals to people in need. That’s because Harmony is donating $1 from each sale to Feeding America West Michigan.
Every dollar the organization receives allows it to distribute four meals in the community. There’s quite a lot packed into that pint glass!
The Crossroads Rye IPA lives up to its name. Sharp, pungent, and piney, the Crossroads is a well-executed example of a still-uncommon style.
Harmony Hall is the second location for Grand Rapids’ Harmony Brewing Company. Located in a former Mexican restaurant on the city’s west side, Harmony Hall has its own brewing system and its own culinary specialty: house-made sausages, and lots of them.
Feeding America Pale Ale is a taproom exclusive. A session ale weighing in at 4.4% and 35 IBUs, this beer is balanced, tangy, and quaffable. Hopped with Cascade and South African Southern Star, the beer should also be of interest to hopheads looking to try an unusual variety.
Rocktoberfest is a delight to the senses for beer, food, and music lovers alike. Each of the event’s six courses features a three-way pairing: a drink, a dish, and a rock ‘n’ roll classic performed by the Schrock Brothers.
The musical connection sets Rocktoberfest apart from other events. Each of the guest chefs, who include Dan Compton from Vie in Chicago and Brandon Johns from Grange Kitchen and Bar in Ann Arbor, is challenged to create a dish inspired by a song.
Proceeds from the event will be donated to Feeding America West Michigan. Rocktoberfest 2016 raised more than $11,000 for the organization.
Known as one of the Eastown neighborhood’s favorite farm-to-table restaurants, the Grand Rapids restaurant has a strong selection of Michigan beers, including a series of seasonals brewed for the restaurant by Unruly Brewing Company of Muskegon.
This September, Terra will donate 50 cents to Feeding America West Michigan for every pint of Terra Seasonal from Unruly Brewing Company. Always emphasizing proper food and beer pairings, Terra will also donate 50 cents for every order or Pub Cheese and $1 from each Beer-Braised Brisket throughout the month.
On top of that, Terra is incentivizing patrons to make their own donations. To those who add $20 onto their bills for Feeding America West Michigan, Terra will give a $5 gift card redeemable in October.
The restaurant has supported Feeding America West Michigan for years, organizing fundraising events and staff volunteer outings in support of their mission. They participated in the first statewide Hops Against Hunger series last September.