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Four Beers, One Mile and One Awesome After Party.

The National Beer Mile series dares to answer what we’ve all wondered from time to time, “Why can’t I exercise and drink beer at the same time?” Well wonder no more!

Runners, walkers and drinkers unite for a fun-filled event capped off by an awesome after party featuring live music, games and good people.

Think you’ve got what it takes? Let’s find out!

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WHEN AND WHERE IS THE NATIONAL BEER MILE?

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DO I HAVE TO BE A CERTAIN AGE TO ATTEND?
This is a 21+ only event. Nobody under the age of 21 is allowed, including kids and babies.
WHAT DO I WEAR?
We encourage runners to wear anything they want, including team and individual costumes. This is your chance to get crazy and creative; there will be plenty of prizes and giveaways for people wearing crazy outfits and costumes.
ARE THERE ANY AWARDS?
Of course! There will be awards for the fastest times (men’s and women’s), best costumes, and more!
WILL THERE BE ANY FOOD?
Yes, we will have food for sale on-site. Food is not included in the ticket price.
I’D LIKE TO HELP OUT, DO YOU GUYS NEED VOLUNTEERS?
Absolutely, events like this take a lot of work to pull off. Great volunteers like you are what make our events possible. Please fill out this form to become one of our volunteers.
CAN I WALK UP AND REGISTER ON RACE DAY?
Maybe. This event will likely sell out so be sure to snag your tickets in advance. If there are spots left we will accept walk-up registrations, but there is no guarantee.
CAN I BRING MY DOG?
Sorry, but no animals or pets are allowed at this event.
WHAT CAN’T I BRING IN TO THE EVENT?
The following items may not be brought in:
  • Outside food, drink, or alcoholic beverages
  • Illegal drugs
  • Fireworks
  • Weapons (knives, pepper spray, any concealed weapons or firearms, etc.)
  • Backpacks, suitcases, coolers, or other large bags
  • Unapproved marketing material of any kind (pamphlets, handouts, advertisements)
INTOXICATED PATRONS

All National Beer Mile attendees are expected to drink responsibly. You must plan ahead. Any guest who is believed to be intoxicated when entering the event will be denied entry, and a refund for your admission will not be provided. The National Beer Mile is the EVENT so no need to “pre-party”. Any attendee who is found intoxicated or causing general disturbance will be asked to leave the facility without a refund.

Every participant, spectator and designated driver must be 21 years or older. No exceptions. To enter any National Beer Mile event you must have a valid ID.
No ID = No entry.

Every participant and spectator must arrange for safe transportation post event.

There is no requirement, rules or pressure to drink any of the beers on course or in the post party area. Each participant in the National Beer Mile chooses, at their own discretion, whether they want to stop at a beer station or not. The beers provided during the one mile course are completely voluntary and each participant is limited to one (1) beer at each station. Water will be available at each beer station and we encourage everyone to party responsibly with us.

National Beer Mile takes great care to ensure everyone has a safe and epic experience.

WHAT HAPPENS IF I BOUGHT TICKETS AND CAN NO LONGER ATTEND THE EVENT?

Insurance is available for $2.99 when you purchase your ticket, which protects you from illness & health, traffic accidents, family emergencies, weather, military or jury duty and work conflicts. Your ticket is fully refundable should you choose to purchase!

WANT TO VOLUNTEER?

 

Great volunteers like you are what make our events possible. Please fill out this form to become one of our volunteers.

CONTACT US:

 

General Inquiries havefun@nationalbeermile.com

WE RECYCLE EVERY CAN

We all love beer, so why can’t we love the environment at the same time? In each city, National Beer Mile works with local organizations to recycle every can used and then donate the proceeds to a local charity. Who knew doing good things could be so fun?