Shore 2 The Pour

When: August 24, 2024 7:30 am -

Will Run for Beer!

Two Roads Brewing Company is hosting its Annual Shore to The Pour 3-mile (approximate) Beach race. Join us Saturday, August 24th; race kicks off at 9:30am! $40.00 entry fee will include a 2024 Two Roads Race T-shirt, Medal & (2) beers at the end of the race. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Audubon Connecticut at Stratford Point. Limited spots available!

Spots are limited, don’t wait to sign up! There will NOT be day of registration for this race.
Racers must register by Friday, July 26th to guarantee their shirt size for the 2024 Shore 2 the Pour Race Tee! After this date, shirts will be available for racers, but we cannot guarantee your size will be available.

Save yourself time and check-in for the race the night before! Come on down to Two Roads on Friday, August 23rd and check-in to receive your bib (with chip), race t and most importantly, beer tickets to redeem after the run! Check-in will be located in the Beer Garden (weather permitted) @ 1700 Stratford Ave from
4-6:30pm. Racers are welcome to check-in their friends and family members who are also participating, in fact we encourage it!

Can’t check-in the night before, not a problem! Day of race check-in will be at Short Beach (pavilion 1) from 7:30-9:15am.
Look for the signs and Two Roads VW Bus!

Your journey runs on the park driveway and town roads the first mile. Entering the Audubon Center, you will run 7/10 mi on a hard packed grass path around the perimeter of the property. Be prepared to enjoy a beautiful view of Long Island Sound, Stratford Harbor, butterflies, birds, and more! After a short run back on the driveway you’ll run onto the “Two Roads Trail” which is again, hard packed grass and some gravel.

The fun begins just after mile two! The course drops down to beach level and from there you’ll run completely on the sand along the water back to the finish.

The finish will be on the sand/hard packed grass area near the pavilion.
Each participant’s finish time will be “Chip” recorded as they cross the finish line.
As participants finish, they will receive their Two Roads medal and a text message and/or email with their finishing time!


A list of overall finishing times for all competitors will be continually updated while the race is in progress.
The final race results should be posted by 10am
Water Stop: There will be a water stop a little after the halfway point inside the Audubon grounds. We also encourage everyone to run with a water bottle as temps can be very hot during the summer. Please be respectful and use the trash cans located at this water stop!

– For your safety, participants should always remain to the LEFT side of the road indicated by cones, signs, or volunteers.
– Please follow all instructions of the course marshals and only cross a street when instructed to do so by the course volunteers.
Once crossing the finish line, please keep moving towards the pavilion to allow room for other runners. Remember, standing too close to the finish line can easily trigger your chip and your time may be changed which will alter your results.
-Participants are welcome to run with strollers but, please make note that the last leg of the race is on the sand. There are “steps” (mainly rocks) to get from the Audubon Center to the beach.

Let’s not forget the best part of the race, the post-race celebration! Once you cross the finish line join us back at the pavilion for a post-race celebration! There will be music, health related vendors and of course, delicious beer! Stay tuned for more information on vendors, food truck and musical performances!

During our post-race celebration, we will have an award ceremony for the following categories
1st Place Man and Women
2nd Place Man and Women
Shore Like Your Style Award- Have fun and get dressed up for the big race!
The Road Less Traveled Award

What is Audubon Connecticut? 
Audubon Connecticut supports programs that connect people to nature across the state. Through land stewardship, science, education and advocacy, Audubon Connecticut preserves habitat and protects bird species and other wildlife that are of state, national and global concern.  Stratford Point, which is managed by Audubon Connecticut, is one of the best birding destinations in the state and provides 40 acres of habitat that is enjoyed by people, and wildlife. Visit their website here.

“With past support from Two Roads, Audubon Connecticut has planted hundreds of trees, shrubs, and perennials that benefit wildlife and worked to control invasive plant species at Stratford Point. More recently, Audubon and partners have led the restoration efforts at the Great Meadows Marsh, a unit of the Stewart B. McKinney National Wildlife Refuge. As part of the project, we worked with the Town of Stratford to employ 12 local high school students as Salt Marsh Stewards.  The stewards, many volunteers, and partners planted over 150,000 native plants in the restored marsh. Funding from the 2022 Shore 2 Pour will go towards implementing the Salt Marsh Stewards program again in 2023, giving additional students an opportunity to explore careers in conservation and make a difference in their own community.” (Corrie Folsom-O’Keefe, Stratford Point Audubon Representative)

Questions? Email us at [email protected]

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