Hosted by Cuvée Coffee
Cuvée started as an experiment in craft – one that continues to this day. It began in 1998, when we started building our own direct trade network to ensure higher quality and more consistent access to our favorite coffee. It continued into our world-class lab in Austin, TX where we custom-dial every roast to enhance each unique bean. More recently, our curiosity led us to pioneer Nitro Cold Brew in a widget-activated Nitro can. And then, of course, we just had to go ahead and build the world’s coolest cold brewery. The tinkering never ceases. So, what will become of our next big experiment? Well…you’ll know when we know. Until then, enjoy the coffee.
Named 25 Best Coffee Roasters in America by Men’s Journal
Featuring East Side Beer Runners
Saturday, March 4, 2023
Social run starts at 8:00 a.m. General announcements, directions and questions answered before the start. If you’re not an early riser, no problem, go for a run when you’re ready.
6:53 a.m. – Sunrise
7:45 a.m. – Meet ‘n’ Greet
8:00 a.m. – Route Instructions
8:05 a.m. – Run Start
10:30 a.m. – Event Ends
- Run, walk, skip or stroll.
Participation is free.
- Purchase a passport bib and enjoy coffee house discounts at each tour stop.
- The run is self-guided and self-paced–no timing.
- Distance: Up to 6.2-miles
- Not 10K fit yet? No problem.
Follow the map and U-turn at any point to shorten the distance.
Show your Sunrise Tour Bib Passport and enjoy 10% off any item, including tacos, pastries, drinks, and things from our grab and go.
Valid at participating location. Limited time offer. Limit one use per participant per day. Expires 4/8/2023.
East Side Beer Runners. Special invitation from club respresentative.
- Run by yourself, with your family or with a friend.
- Make sure you have a map.
- Bring your smartphone for route tracking, directions, or photos.
- The social run is not a race.
- The run is not a closed course, streets are not closed for this activity.
- Use a sidewalk, pedestrian path, or bike lane when possible.
- Pedestrians should yield to cyclists when using the bike lane.
- Travel on the side of the street facing oncoming traffic when possible for safety.
- No restroom or aid station services are provided on the route.
Adult supervision is required for all youth participation.
- Baby Joggers and strollers permitted.
- Leashed, well-behaved dogs permitted.
- Friends & family, co-workers, best buds, and girlfriends.
- Your smartphone to capture the fun and make your followers jealous.
- Receive audible turn instructions with the RunGo app.
- Sync your watch our phone to the Strava.
- PPE, sunscreen, and sunglasses.
Share your 2023 Sunrise Tour experience with us, show us where you ran, what you saw, or maybe one of those Austin murals — we’d love to see your photos.
Gifts donated by the coffee houses will be raffled off from the photo entries received.
Virtual Tour Guide
6.2 mi – Neighborhood Sidewalk and Bike Lane
11 – Left or Right turns
6 – Traffic Lights 1 – Traffic Circle 13 – 4-Way Stops 6 – Rail Road Crossings
153 ft. – Elev. Gain
453 ft. – Min. Elev.
551 ft. – Max. Elev.
The Essential Route Guide
Discover a new way to enjoy Austin’s Coffee House 10Ks with RunGo’s voice-guided tour. Download RunGo from the App Store or get it on Google Play. Explore each of our Sunrise Tour routes with turn-by-turn voice navigation. The Sunrise Tour has each coffee house route mapped. Now you can relax and focus on the run.
Be a Great Guest
Free street parking available until 10a. Review posted signage for street parking restrictions.
Texas French Bread for most of our typical coffee shop offerings (i.e. cinnamon rolls, croissants, Danish), Bougie’s Donuts for some gluten free offerings (and one vegan donut as well), and Capital City Bakery for a wide diversity of vegan offerings on weekends!
Tacodeli breakfast on corn and flour tacos while supplies last.
Cuvée Coffee® started in 1998 dedicated to roasting exceptional, ethically sourced coffee. We are constantly searching for the best coffees from around the world. Our Direct Trade model means we make sure we work directly with our growing partners and pay fair prices to cultivate sustainability.
Cuvée was the first company to can nitro cold brew to deliver the same delicious experience you would get from the tap in the convenience of a can.
Well-behaved leashed pets welcome on the patio and on the run. Free dog treats available upon request.
Indoor restroom available. Please be courteous, one restroom.
Please observe and follow proper hygiene safety while attending the event. Respect your neighbor’s choice to mask up or un-mask.
- Face masking optional outside.
- Practice social distancing of 6-feet when possible.
- Wash hands frequently.
- Cover coughs and sneezes.
- Avoid touching your face.
- Utilize mobile pay when available.
- Fist bump or elbow bump recommended.
Stay home if you have any of these symptoms:
- shortness of breath
- muscle pain
- sore throat
- loss of taste or smell
- nausea or vomiting
Social events are run and walk-friendly, free, open to the public, and begin and end at each respective host location. There is no official start time and there is no official timing or scoring. Digital course maps and directions are provided online. Pick up a printed copy of the route from the event host before you start. Parking information is variable based on the location. Follow local parking information for parking policy.
This is a self-guided and self-paced activity. There are no street closures or directional signage marking the training route. Participants should abide by and follow all local and state traffic safety signage and public use information. Social run routes are measured to an approximate 6.2-mile distance however, participants always have the option to U-turn at any point to match their fitness ability. Social run route surfaces will vary from sidewalks and crushed granite to paved pathways and bike lanes.
Participation in social-run events is potentially hazardous to the health of individuals who are not in good physical condition and health, and they should not participate unless medically able and properly trained. All participants must abide by the rules and decisions of any event organized, and assume all risks associated with the event and any associated event or activities, including but not limited to falls, contact with other participants, and effects of the weather, traffic, road conditions, and all such risks being known and appreciated.
DISCLAIMER AND RELEASE OF LIABILITY
I acknowledge and ASSUME ALL OF THE RISKS and aspects of the Event. I acknowledge that running, walking and other portions of an event are inherently dangerous and I understand that I will be participating in an event at my own risk, that I am responsible for the risk of participation in an Event, and that I am waiving and releasing my legal rights to sue for any injury or damages arising out of or resulting from my participation in an Event. I understand that I am solely responsible for the conditions of the areas in which I will be participating in the Event and that the Event Organizer has no control over these areas nor will they incur any liability if I should become injured during participation. I understand that participation involves risks and dangers which include, without limitation, the potential for serious bodily injury, sickness, and disease, permanent disability, paralysis, and loss of life; loss of or damage to equipment/property; exposure to extreme conditions and circumstances; accidents, contact or collision with other participants, spectators, vehicles or other natural or manmade objects; dangers arising from adverse weather conditions; imperfect course conditions; water, road and surface hazards; equipment failure; inadequate safety measures; participants of varying skill levels and situations beyond the immediate control of the Event Organizers. I further understand that any injury or damages incurred may be the result of negligence, omission, or carelessness by the Released Parties.
Having read this disclaimer and knowing these facts, and in consideration of the acceptance of my participation in social rune events, participants waive and release Gannett Co., Inc, d/b/a Austin American-Statesman, and any other individuals, firms, and organizations associated with the activity, their representatives, and successors, from all claims of liabilities of any kind resulting in whole or in part from participation in social rune events or the acts or omissions by and organization, firm or individual that take place in connection with social run events. By participating in social-run events, you acknowledge and agree to the terms of this Disclaimer and Release of Liability.