Taylor brewery creates 'Community Tap' charity push

R.S. Taylor and Sons Brewery Tap Room, recently opened in Saratoga Springs, today announced the launch of its Community Tap Program.

Each month, a local charity or not-for-profit organization will be featured on the Community Tap. The organizations will be chosen from suggestions submitted by R.S. Taylor and Sons' patrons. Every time a pint is pulled from the Community Tap, an extra dollar that has been added to the price will go directly to the organization featured that month.

The Community Tap Program will debut at 4 p.m. next Tuesday, August 1, when the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation Inc. is featured. 

 The Community Tap program is designed for ongoing, local charitable giving. Says Kelley Taylor, wife of brewery owner Richard Taylor, "Craft beer drinkers are an enthusiastic group. We wanted to capture some of the passion, generosity and sense of community spirit inherent in today's craft beer crowd and create a fun and easy way for them to support the local causes that matter to them," said Kelley Taylor wife of owner Richard Taylor. " ... Our brewery is very involved in supporting local organizations in our home community of Hebron, over in Washington County, and the Community Tap program is an extension of that at our new tap room in Saratoga Springs."

The new Taylor tap room is located at 26A Congress Street, Congress Plaza, Saratoga Springs.Hours: Monday through Thursday, 4 to 9 p.m. Friday 4 to 11 p.m. Saturday noon to 11 p.m. Sunday noon to 6 p.m.
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