DETROIT — Detroit-based Batch Brewing Co. will donate $2 to Motown Museum throughout the month of July for each “Feelgood Tap” pint sold of the name “Four Hops Motown Museum IPA,” a floral and citrus-flavored IPA complemented by Belgian esters.
The “Feelgood Tap” is a unique beer offering that benefits a different nonprofit partner each month. The initiative was created by Stephen Roginson, co-founder of Batch Brewing.
“Motown Museum is proud to partner with entrepreneurial businesses like Batch Brewing that are impacting Detroit’s bright future as a result of their focus and determination,” says Robin R. Terry, chairwoman and CEO of the Board of Trustees of Motown Museum. “We are extremely grateful for the support this partnership will provide as we continue our mission to protect and preserve the Motown legacy.”
The brewery is located inside the former Porter Street Station building in Detroit.