Trail will be one leg with no beer check. Bag drop and opening circle at Lyman’s Tavern. End circle on the patio with beer provided until the hash cash runs out. Bring your ID.
Once upon a time, the beer lovers of the United States were very sad. The government ratified the 18th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution in 1920, banning all intoxicating liquors, including beer, beginning the period of American history we now know as Prohibition. However, in 1933, Prohibition came to an end. On April 7, President Roosevelt signed a bill allowing the sale of beer and wine with up to 3.2% alcohol content. It was a small step that paved the way to the full repeal of Prohibition in December. Now, we celebrate New Beer’s Eve each year on April 6! So grab a beer and toast to your ability to drink it!
Hash Cash: $10 cash at sign in or rego in advance online via Hash Rego
When: 6:45 PM Thursday, April 6, 2023. Pack will be away right at 7:15 PM, don’t be late!
Where: Lyman’s Tavern – 3720 14th St NW (Closest metro – Georgia Ave/Petworth)
Nearest Capital Bike Share: 14th St & Spring Road NW
Hares: Poon-apple Juice, Head Injury, Vagina is for Lawyers, and a Mystery Hare
– Runners: 1.75 mi. first half / 1.5 mi. second half
– Walkers: 0.86 first half / 0.55 mi. second half
– Shiggy: .69
There will be no real beer check for this trail! Halves are separated by a shot check, however walkers will wait for runners who wish to switch to walkers’ trail.
Miscellaneous Crap: Trail is A to A (bar to bar). Bring your ID, a cranium light, and a sense of humor. Be smart, have fun.
End Metro: Georgia Ave/Petworth
Last Trains Out:
Green Line to Greenbelt: 12:26am
Green Line to Branch Avenue: 11:43pm
On After: Lyman’s Tavern
Specials: It’s also end circle.. and start