Local Pub and Brewery Team Up to Fight Hunger

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COMSTOCK PARK, Mich. – A West Michigan pub and brewery are teaming up to fight hunger in the Grand Rapids community on Wednesday.

Crooked Goose in Standale will host a Brewery Vivant tap takeover featuring six of Vivant’s Belgian-style ales, and from 4:00 to 9:00 p.m. Crooked Goose will donate 10 percent of their profits to Feeding American West Michigan Food Bank. Brewery Vivant will match that amount.

This will be the restaurant and brewery’s first direct collaboration, but both are active supporters of Feeding America West Michigan, having donated a combined total of $2,800 in the last year.

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