Birds of Prey Tap Series at Saugatuck Brewing Company Raises Funds for the Outdoor Discovery Center

The Saugatuck Brewing Company (SBC) and The Outdoor Discovery Center of Holland partnered together for the second summer in a row for another successful fundraiser. This year, SBC featured 5 different beers on tap throughout the summer (June – August) revolving around Birds of Prey; such as “Bald Eagle Brown” and “Peregrine Porter”. For every pint of a featured beer purchased, SBC donated $1.00 (plus $5.00 for every growler fill) directly to the Outdoor Discovery Center. The Tap Series raised a total of $1,659.00, which will go toward many projects at the Outdoor Discovery Center, including care for the Birds of Prey and furthering education programs toward conservation.

“We are so thankful for our partnership with the Saugatuck Brewing Company,” says Anna Daab, Visitor Services Coordinator of the Outdoor Discovery Center. “We appreciate their care and passion for the natural world.”

(Pictured: Megan Scheerhorn, Marketing Coordinator at Saugatuck Brewing Company presenting check to Anna Daab, Visitor Services Coordinator at the Outdoor Discovery Center)

Saugatuck Brewing Company, founded in 2005 is a full production microbrewery with a traditional family style pub featuring a full menu, outdoor seating and live entertainment year-round. The brewery has a combined 31 taps between 2 tap rooms, offering unique beer styles all produced in house, plus wine and hard cider. “SBC” distributed 18 signature styles in bottles & kegs, plus many others available on tap only throughout Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Missouri, Florida, New Jersey and Nebraska, plus several foreign markets. The brewery also features the only active Brew-On-Premise program in Michigan, utilizing five copper kettles and a wide array of ingredients and recipes, allowing individual groups to brew, bottle and label their own unique creation.

Outdoor Discovery Center, located on the south side of Holland in Fillmore Township, the Outdoor Discovery Center Macatawa Greenway (ODCMG) is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit education and conservation organization that was founded in the year 2000. Our purpose is to connect people with nature through outdoor education for the benefit of wildlife and the conservation of the natural world.