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The Brew City Half Marathon, 10K and 5K offers runners looking to qualify for Boston marathon a scenic course that winds its way through Kansas City’s heartland – featuring scenic vistas like Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Brush Creek and 18th and Vine District as landmarks along its route.
Race day will be fun and festive with a post-race Finish Festival offering brats and beer for everyone to enjoy.
Start & Finish
The Brew City Half Marathon, 10K and 5K Running Race in Milwaukee’s Spring Running Season offers runners long stretches of Oak Leaf Trail and beautiful parks to traverse – ideal for beginner runners as well as competitive runners looking to add miles to their running repertoire! Plus finishers receive a brat and beer!
If you want an additional challenge, this race serves as a Boston Qualifier with no significant hills along its flat and fast course. We even provide an exclusive runner corral so serious competitors can start ahead of the pack for maximum advantage during their race!
Start celebrating like the 2021 NBA Champion Milwaukee Bucks once you reach the finish line at Fiserv Forum in Deer District with food, beer (21+), vendors and live music! Participants receive an official Rockin’ Brews race shirt as well as complimentary light snacks, unlimited beer cider water at the Finish Line Festival as well as a commemorative finisher medal – this event won’t disappoint! It offers scenic routes and challenges perfect for family fun!
The Brew City Half Marathon and 10K courses provide an exciting Boston Qualifier race experience with scenic park and urban views. Running competitive miles this spring in Milwaukee while enjoying all its sights can earn some awesome new gear for your collection! Both races span long stretches of the Milwaukee River with plenty of parks along its course as well as views of Downtown.
Runners can expect a relatively flat course with only minor hills on its out and back segments, offering fast racing conditions while rewarding experienced runners with exclusive Milwaukee gear!
Finish Line Festival features light snacks food carts, unlimited beer, cider and water for those 21+, DJs & Live Music. Participants can sample all they desire during post-race celebration and pick up an ultimate finisher’s medal to show off to friends. For runners looking to start running or return after an absence from running events, the Rockin’ Brews Marathon provides the ideal half marathon event. Participants receive a free T-Shirt as well as additional merchandise. Timed Full Marathon participants also receive an official Rockin’ Brews Marathon T-Shirt as well as finisher’s medal.
Finish Line Feast
No matter which race you participate in, whether the full marathon, half marathon, 5k or other running event – you’ll earn gear made specifically for Milwaukee spring running events as well as take home our giant finisher medal. Plus you can sample beer at Saturday’s Beer City Festival!
At Celebration Village along Stadium Dr. near mile 9.5, we will toast your accomplishment with an irresistibly refreshing beer (if you are 21 or over). Enjoy hot food, cold beer and plenty of camaraderie before and after each race in Celebration Village!
Brew City Half Marathon, 10K and 5K courses are flat and looping along Santa Rosa Creek Trail. Please click here for a map of this route.
Central States Beverage will offer all runners over 21 years old the choice between beer, kombucha or hard seltzer at the Finish Line Festival presented by T-Mobile after each race at this year’s Finish Line Festival presented by T-Mobile. As a local distributor specializing in Kansas and Missouri beverage distribution with case volumes exceeding five million cases annually – they know just what our runners need!
Follow along the conversation on social media using #BrewCityRun on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Our races will be chip timed, with live results posted after each race to our website after completion. Plus runners can find photos and recaps at Brew City Half Marathon’s blog.