Tuesday, June 28, 2016

FABB and Potomac Pedalers Supporting Bike-Friendly BrewFest

FABB is proud to be working with the Potomac Pedalers and the Workhouse Arts Center in promoting and supporting BrewFest, the first of its kind craft beer event in Fairfax County. Brewfest will feature nearly 100 craft brews by 30 breweries, including many local brewers. In addition, the day will feature a dozen bands performing on three stages, numerous food trucks, and lawn games. Plus Workhouse Arts Center artists will open their galleries for visitors to explore. BrewFest takes place on August 13, 2016 from 10am-6pm, rain or shine, at the Workhouse Art Center, 9518 Workhouse Way, Lorton, VA 22079.

Potomac Pedalers, of course, is one of the region’s largest non-profit educational, recreational and social organization for bicycling enthusiasts.  Every week, Potomac Pedalers provide a variety of routes for novice to veterans riders, with routes from the Chesapeake Bay to the Blue Ridge Mountains and all around the Beltway.  

For the Workhouse event, the Potomac Pedalers will have rides starting at 9AM from the Vulcan parking lot across Ox Road with routes that will range from 30-60 miles out to Mason Neck and back.  See the Potomac Pedalers calendar for ride details here. After the ride, participants are encouraged to join the Brewfest festivities. 

BrewFest is encouraging other bicyclists to attend, and bike racks will be available on site. FABB is preparing cue sheets for bike routes to Brewfest and these will be available on the Workhouse website prior to the event. 

All proceeds from the event benefit the arts and education programs at the Workhouse Arts Center.  Workhouse is a non-profit dedicated to providing outstanding visual and performing arts, arts education and history programs—all in the unique historic setting of the former DC Prison in Lorton. 

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