Darrell and Megan venture out to the Foolproof brewery to experience one of the more…off-color…athletic events out there – a “beer mile”. Learn what a beer mile is, how it came to be a “thing”, and what it’s really to participate in one. Also… Learn why Darrell came frighteningly close to his first voluntary DNF. And in a shocking turn of events…Megan beats Darrell in a race! All this and more in episode 5!
You can learn more about Foolproof Brewing Company and the events they hold (both at and away from the brewery) at www.foolproofbrewing.com
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