MICHIGAN (PATCH) — Founders Brewing Co. will reopen this week. It’s the first opening following the closure that came amid a racial discrimination lawsuit filed by a former employee.

The opening is slated for 11 a.m. Thursday.

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Founders leaders said the profits from the next three years will be donated to charities and community organizations.

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“After three months of progress behind-the-scenes, now is the best time to honor our commitments in Detroit and reopen the Detroit taproom,” said company Co-Founder and CEO Mike Stevens.

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