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Beijing HHH Run #1816: International Baijiu Day Run

Like most holidays, it only comes once a year. And like most holidays, it’s loathed by anyone normal. But since your hares Agent Orgy, Just Dumb, and C3PeeHoles are not normal, they’re want to celebrate this holiday just like any other dysfunctional family fiesta: by getting drunk and yelling at the people they love. So to mark this most spiritual of holidays — World Baijiu Day — they’ll be taking you to the places Beijing’s real baijiu aficionados hang out.
On this Gulou-based Hash we’ll ramble along like old-timers contemplating the changing of the seasons in the Hutongs. We’ll strip to our skivvies and get some Houhai-style exercise to keep our bodies healthy. And of course, we’ll marvel at both the variety and the perfection of China’s national spirit at Beijing’s own Baijiu Museum. Then, if we haven’t yet drowned in liquor or lake scum, we’ll at last celebrate with the most traditional of traditions: circling around, clutching a beer, and screaming at our Hashy family.
So grab that bottle of Red Star* you keep on your windowsill and get ready to Gan Bei.
*Or grab a beer, or whatever. These hares may be dysfunctional but they’re not abusive. You will not have to drink baijiu if you do not want to!!

Hares:

Just Dumb, C3PeeHoles, Agent Orgy

When:

Sunday, August 13, 2017

Time:

Meet at 2:30pm. Hash starts at 3:00pm

Hash Cash:

30 RMB run/walk and circle
80 RMB run/walk, circle and dinner

Bring:

Something you can swim in, a towel, and a drinking vessel

Meet up:

Furong Fanzhuang Restaurant

福荣饭庄

D’erections:

From Line 7 Gulou station Exit G, walk south about 300 meters to DofuChi Hutong and make a left turn. Walk east on Dofu Chi Hutong for about 500 meters to Bochao Hutong and make a right turn. Walk south on Baochao Hutong less than 50 meters to the restaurant, Furong Fanzhuang, on your right.
从7号线鼓楼站G口往南走320米到豆腐池胡同,左转直500米走到宝钞胡同,右转走50米下到了福荣饭庄,饭馆就在右边。

 


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