August 18th, 2018 @ 4PM – RUN!
Growl To Garden 1 Mile
The Growl to Garden Road Mile is a chance to run a mile down Eugene’s 5th Avenue. Starting on Pearl Street between 3rd Ave and 4th Ave, the course passes Tap & Growler before it makes its only turn onto 5th. From there, it’s a straight shot down the Avenue where it passes beergarden and finishes at 5th and Adams.
The Growl to Garden Beer Fest will be held in the abundant and blooming nursery at Gray’s Garden Center. The Fest will feature local breweries, cider houses, and wineries along with live entertainment all day. And our favorite food carts that will be stationed in the nursery.
The Growl to Garden Road Mile is a chance to run a mile down Eugene’s 5th Avenue. The name comes from the businesses who are supporting this race, Tap & Growler and Beergarden, which are approximately 1 mile from one another.
Packet pickup will be held between 12p-3p on Aug 18th at the Tap and Growler.
Exact start times will be determined after entries are all collected and grouped up.
Tap and Growler opens day-of registration (availability of shirts will depend on what we have left that day)
Day-of registration closes (prepare for start of race)
RUN FOR YOUR LIVES!
Award presentation at Gray’s Garden Center
Starting on Pearl Street between 3rd Ave and 4th Ave, the course passes Tap & Growler before it makes its only turn in the race onto 5th Avenue. From there, it’s a straight shot down 5th Avenue where it finishes right before Blair Street.
Join us at Beergarden afterward for the post-race party where local breweries, cider houses, and wineries will be pouring the best brews Eugene has to offer. Whether you are looking for a fast time in the mile or a reason to enjoy a beer, join us August 18 to experience this unique event.
Growl to Garden Beer Festival 2018
Grab a G2G Pint glass and 4 drink tickets with each entry. Good for beer samples and full pints, wine, cider, and N/A options, too!
- When:August 18th, noon-8pm
- Where:Gray’s Garden Center
737 West 6th Ave, Eugene, OR 97402 20+ vendors
- Food Carts:TBA
- Music:1-2:30pm- Corwin Bolt and the Wing Nuts
Caught in the Act performs throughout the event
After the Race: Awards Ceremony
6-7:30- Live Band- TBA
About The Race
The G2G Mile is an event that celebrates the union of two cultures that define Eugene’s unique identity: running and craft beer. To combine the best parts of these, the G2G Mile will host a festival featuring local breweries, cider houses, and wineries at the finish of a bar-to-bar mile race running from Tap and Growler to Beergarden along 5th St.
This event is made possible by the collaboration between the owners of Tap and Growler and Beergarden and the neighboring businesses that value the importance of providing a community-driven event, as well as the rich history of running that only exists in Eugene.
Why the Mile?
It's a classic!
It’s track and field’s classic event!
Opportunity to take a crack at that middle school personal best!
Anyone can do it
Anyone can run one!
Make a legend happen
We need you! The best part of putting on a event is the opportunity for community involvement. If you would like to help us put on a great event, please contact run@tapandgrowler and we’ll get you set up with a position and a volunteer shirt
What you can do
- Road Marshal
- Packet pickup (day before as well as day of)
- Set up/clean up
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Beergarden is literally the bringing together of beer + garden. Located next to Gray’s Garden Center in Eugene, Beergarden is an eclectic home to fine foodcarts and a Taproom with 42 taps and hundreds of bottles of craft beer, wine, cider, and kombucha. Whether you only have a few minutes for lunch or an afternoon with friends, beergarden is always a great choice.
Tap & Growler
The Tap and Growler is a nod to an era that appreciated fine craft and communal conversation. Our taproom was built to be a place where patrons could gather, as well as rekindle the lost appreciation for a growler to go — with 81 taps to provide the very best in craft beer, wine, cider, mead, kombucha, cold pressed espresso, and soda.