Brewers ride 1,400 miles to raise awareness for prostate cancer

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DENVER, Colo. — A group of brewers and craft beer enthusiasts rode 1,400 miles on their bicycles from Texas to Colorado for the Great American Beer Fest and to raise awareness for prostate cancer.

On Thursday, they held an event called ‘Beerliner and Chill: Brewer’s Health Initiative’. Not only did the event feature a craft beer showcase, but it also provided men with free prostate cancer testing.

‘Beerliner and Chill’ continues through October 8th. Its Craft Beer Showcase runs from 3pm-5pm and 10pm-12pm each day.

The Free PSA tests feature onsite testing Thursday from 12pm-5pm and Saturday 10am-2pm. The free testing is valued at $800.

According to the organization, prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death among American men.

Tickets cost: $10 for Day tickets (good for afternoon and night sessions). You can purchase tickets online by clicking here.