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What is a Brew Hop?
A chance to be the Easter Bunny and run to some of Downtown Indy's Microbreweries - Fountain Square Brewing Company, Indiana City, Flat 12, and Tow Yard Brewing! We encourage costumes!
How does it work?
Everyone will meet at the same location - you will run to each brewery and get a special treat at each stop (as well as samples, you are running for beer arent you?!?). The route is up to you! Maps will be given but you have the freedom to go at your own pace. End up at the start location and enjoy a pint with the other hoppers.
Note tickets have 2 different start times to ease the flow to each brewery.
How far will I need to run?
The total distance is approximately 5 miles, the longest stretch between breweries is 2 miles.This will not be a timed event or race but we will need to keep a decent pace to ensure visiting all the locations!
What is included in registration?
2 samples at each brewery, beer mug, complimentary beer at the end, a bunny tail, and most importantly a portion the registration goes to The John H. Boner Community Center on Indy's Near East Side!
Who can participate?
Anyone who enjoys running, beer, and fun that is over the age of 21! Valid ID will need to be with runner at all times to show at each brewery.
We will have a Sun King gift bag worth $75 up for raffle! Raffle tickets are $2 and 100% of tickets sold will go to the John H. Boner Community Center!
When & Where
Bourbon Street Running Club
Bourbon Street Running Club is a 501 c (3) non-profit organization dedicated to being a free community based running club that promotes a culture of FITNESS, FUN and PHILANTHROPY in downtown Indianapolis. We meet weekly at Bourbon Street Distillery all year round. Part of our mission is having events to raise money for The John H. Boner Community Center on the Near East Side of Indianapolis. We are 1 of 15 FFP Clubs (Fitness, Fun, Philanthropy) throughout the US! FFP Clubs all believe in the powers of connecting to others through running and other physical activities. We all know that running can positively impact one person's life but connecting to a whole community through running just might change the world!