Small-Batch Coffee Roaster Partners With The Ruffed Grouse Society To Promote Healthy Forests
OutdoorHub Reporters 08.27.19
Michigan peeps! (And everyone else who enjoys coffee with their grouse covers) Red Dog Coffee Roasters, a small-batch coffee roaster based out of Buchanan, Michigan, has forged a partnership with the Ruffed Grouse Society, inspiring a brand new roast that will go towards conservation efforts and promoting healthy forests.
‘On Point’ will be the name of the upland hunting inspired roast, and for every bag sold, $1 will be donated to the RGS – North America’s foremost conservation organization dedicated to preserving our sporting traditions by creating healthy forest habitat for ruffed grouse, American woodcock and other wildlife.
The ‘On Point’ roast will be available in 12 ounce bags for $12 each.
Additionally, Red Dog Coffee Roasters is running a hunting dog themed photo contest through September 15 to find a “representative” for the ‘On Point’ roast. We know you’ve been running dogs and chomping at the bit for fall, so snap a photo of your hunting dog (preferably pointing) and submit it for a chance to be featured on the ‘On Point’ bag!
Checkout their Facebook post below for more information:
Conceived from a love for the outdoors, bird dogs and obviously coffee, Red Dog Coffee Roasters is a small-batch coffee roaster located in southwest Michigan. They’re avid upland and big game hunters, huge supporters of wildlife and land conservation and lovers of all things bird dog related.
“We strive to offer the freshest coffee available by only roasting once an order has been placed.”
To shop for more of their delicious coffee, visit Red Dog Coffee Roasters today!