Monday, November 21, 2011

Link to Philly Guide of Beer along the Marathon route

[Link to Philadelphia Marathon Guide to Beer]

Let's see, if you "follow" me on Twitter, "like" me on Facebook, or actually "know" me in real life (!), you likely know that I volunteered yesterday at the Philadelphia Marathon.

But, I may not have mentioned it here.

Mrs. Brew Lounge, the young pup, and I served as walking information "booths" from 20th Street to the Art Museum along the Ben Franklin Parkway. For me, volunteering is always a great way to give back to the volunteering spirit that supports me throughout all the running that I do. Unsung? Maybe. Vital to the success of any race? Definitely.

My personal doings aside, I put up an article over at The Washington Times highlighting quite a few places along the marathon route corresponding the course's mile markers. For the Philly locals, you'll recognize most of them and, I'll bet, be more than ready to point out my omissions. I can already think of a few.

It moved up to the 9th most read article over night (curious, perhaps?), let's help bump it up a couple of more notches and show the folks at The Washington Times that people like to read about great beer. Please take the time to click through the link and share it with friends, if you are so-inclined.

3 comments:

Rich Isaacs said...

Done!

Bryan Kolesar said...

Thanks to you Rich, and the work of others in the Twitter-verse and beyond, it seems to have peaked earlier today at #5. Got another one coming soon about the pair-worthiness of beer and Thanksgiving dinner. Think...Saisons and Imperial Stouts!

Kevin Mudrick said...

I should have stopped at these spots during the race - couldn't have hurt my terrible effort much that day!