Macon Beer Festival

Saturday, Aug 25, 2018 at 3:00pm

Corner of Third Street and Poplar Street

Pints for Prostates

Pints for Prostates is the main beneficiary of the Macon Beer Fest. Pints for Prostates is a grassroots campaign that uses the universal language of beer to reach men and raises awareness among men about the importance of regular health screenings and early detection for prostate cancer.

Free Lance Ruckus

Free Lance Ruckus has been growing a following in the Macon/Milledgeville, GA area for quite a while now. They have a great way of captivating crowds and leaving them thirsty for more. This band of self- described “good-timers” brings a lot of energy to the stage with their original mix of alternative Americana rock and classic country. Unique, powerful lead guitar, a solid rhythm section, and vocal harmonies emphasize a true rock n’ roll experience while still maintaining a singer/songwriter style. Their set usually consists of great covers you know, but may have forgotten, as well as fun originals in a variety of different styles that are both catchy and danceable.

Pint Pacer 5K

This 5K for the Macon Beer Fest brings together athletes, cancer survivors, physicians, caretakers, family members, and friends in the fight to end help end prostate cancer. This race helps promote prostate cancer education and need for early testing.

The Macon Beer Fest’s “Cruise and Brews” River Float

Our “Crusie and Brews” River Float is new this year. Float down the Ocmulgee River in the morning and be returned in time for the Macon Beer Fest. This is limited to 18 people.

Macon Beer Fest’s “Beer Run – 1 Mile”

This truly is a beer run. Individuals or a team of four, run a mile, and stop four times to drink a beer. Competitors must drink canned beer and should not be less than 355ml. No specialized cans may be used to give an advantage by allowing the beer to pour at a faster rate. No straws or devices may be used. All beers will be a minimum of 5% alcohol by volume. Hard ciders and lemonades will not suffice. It is strongly suggested to tip the can to show all the contents have been consumed before continuing the race.

Superhero Dash for Dad

Even the littlest hero can help fight prostate cancer, too! Kids nine and under are encouraged to dress as their favorite superhero on race day to remind their heroes – Dad, Grandfathers, Uncles, and other males in their life – to not let this villain, Prostate Cancer, get the best of them.

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