The Brass Tap 5th Annual Beer Mile is coming up on January 5th, 2019. Money raised all benefits Special Operations Warrior Foundation!
Pre-Registration is open. If you pre register it will cost $20. If you register day of it will be $25. No matter what day a veteran signs up it cost $15.
Registration and the event start at 10am on the 5th of January 2019 and race will start promptly at 11am.
Never raced in it before? You may be asking yourself what are you getting yourself into. It is quite simple, well kind of..... You start off drinking either a delicious XII West 12oz brew or a Grand Canyon 12oz brew, then run a qtr mile then chug another then repeat! It is a lot more difficult then it sounds! Feel free to dress up in crazy costumes!
To pre-register stop by The Brass Tap Mesa and sign up or call and sign up! If you choose to call you will need to give your Credit Card number over the phone and we will have your receipt upon day of the race.
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