On Monday March 16th from 3-6PM, the Gyppo Ale Mill is back at it raising money for our community. This week’s nonprofit is the Friends Of The Eel River. Friends of the Eel River's victory in the California Supreme Court in 2017 paved the way for the future Great Redwood Trail. They continue to play an important role ensuring that the dams in the Eel River headwaters are removed. The Eel River is home to many native fish species including California Coastal Chinook salmon, Southern Oregon/ Northern California Coho salmon, Northern California steelhead, Pacific Lamprey, and Green Sturgeon. Friends of the Eel River is making progress securing state and federal protective status for Summer steelhead. An interesting fact: Pacific Lamprey are an incredible ancient species and the reason for which the Eel River was "misnamed". Top Off The Tin! During this event and through the night we also offer you the opportunity to give directly to Friends Of The Eel River. Guests are encouraged to donate to the cause by contributing money to the tins provided on each table and at the bar. This is a great way to donate $5, $10, $20 to this great community organization! Please join Monday March 16th from 3-6PM at the Gyppo Ale Mill in beautiful Shelter Cove as we raise a few pints of beer and a few bucks at the same time. Each pint of beer purchased between the event hours, 3-6PM the Gyppo Ale Mill will donate $2 to Friends of the Eel River. Please help us spread the word about this event by sharing through your preferred social channel.