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Alamo Brewing Company 5k Beer Run

Alamo Beer Company
It’s a race where running shoes meet craft brews. Run a 5k that starts and finishes at the new Alamo Beer Company brewery, then sample up to 4 Alamo Craft beers. All participants receive a technical T-shirt, souvenir pint glass and post-race beer tasting of up to four 8-ounce Alamo Craft beers for those 21 and up. Food trucks will be available on site for those wishing to purchase food. This race benefits Team RWB of San Antonio, a non-profit serving military veterans. This race is part of the new Texas 5k Six Pack series, six 5k running events at craft breweries across Texas. For more information or to register go to www.RunInTexas.com.

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