Like most nonprofits, Back on My Feet, which seeks to revolutionize the way our society approaches homelessness, needs help now more than ever. The Flying Fish 5k generates much-needed revenue that this organization has relied on for years. Please help GABR maintain its commitment to their clients by hitting the pavement or the treadmill for this virtual race!
Back on My Feet's unique running-based model demonstrates that when confidence, strength and self-esteem are restored, people are better equipped to tackle the road ahead and move toward new jobs, homes, and lives.
registration & Virtual race benefits
For $27.50, each virtual race registrant receives the following. Registration ends September 18, 2020 at 11:59 EDT.
Run your own race on the trails, streets or treadmill anytime before September 30.
Post your photos and tag us with:
Flying Fish reusable face mask*
Token* redeemable for a full pour the next time you're able to visit the brewery's taproom
Flying Fish magnet*
Flying Fish sticker*
OPTIONAL Flying Fish 5k Throwback Race Shirt (Random selection in your size by GABR staff)
The first 100 runners who redeem their beer token get a throwback Flying Fish Mug
$5 from every registration goes straight to Back on My Feet
*In early October, your race swag (pictured below) will be mailed to the address you specify at checkout.
OPTIONAL Throwback shirts
flying fish swag upgrade: neoprene can sling
oktoberfish - 6.0%
First released in 2002, and sold out in two weeks. A tribute to the classic Fest styles of Germany, the O'Fish uses European malts hops and yeast. A beautiful reddish color, a savory malt profile and nice hop flavor, make this Fest beer quite drinkable. OktoberFish is great with food and especially great with Lederhosen. This beer is only for sale from Sept. 1 to Nov. 1, depending on demand!
When Gene Muller founded Flying Fish Brewing Co. in 1995, he did so first on the World Wide Web - making it the world's first virtual microbrewery. In a state that once boasted 50 breweries, it is the first microbrewery in Southern New Jersey and the first new brewery built in that part of the state in more than half a century. From its opening in late 1996, Flying Fish has tripled capacity to become the largest of the approximately 20 craft breweries in the state. Flying Fish beers were first in the region to be featured at the Great British Beer Festival, Oregon Brewers Festival and Canada's Biere de Mondial Festival.