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Veronica Jackson, 24, of Manhattan finished first for (Credit: Jordan Gibbons)

Veronica Jackson, 24, of Manhattan finished first for the women at the 10 Mile Run to the Brewery in Patchogue on Saturday. Jackson finished the race in 63:51. (Jan. 28, 2012)

Beer run in Patchogue

The Greater Long Island Running Club organized the second annual 10 Mile Run to the Brewery through Bayport, Blue Point, Patchogue and Sayville. The event was sponsored by the Sayville Running Company and hosted by the Blue Point Brewing Company.

Conor Shelley, 24, of Rockville Center finished first
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Conor Shelley, 24, of Rockville Center finished first in the second annual 10 Mile Run to the Brewery in Patchogue on Saturday. Shelley crossed the finish line with a time of 53:27. (Jan. 28, 2012)

Veronica Jackson, 24, of Manhattan finished first for
(Credit: Jordan Gibbons)

Veronica Jackson, 24, of Manhattan finished first for the women at the 10 Mile Run to the Brewery in Patchogue on Saturday. Jackson finished the race in 63:51. (Jan. 28, 2012)

Barbara Cronin-Stagnani, 50, of Mineola shows off her
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Barbara Cronin-Stagnani, 50, of Mineola shows off her motives for particpating in the 10 Mile Run to the Brewery in Patchogue on Saturday as Ric DiVeglio, 65, of North Babylon, who organized the race watches in amusement. (Jan. 28, 2012)

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Chris Schickler, 31, of Merrick (left) grabs a
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Chris Schickler, 31, of Merrick (left) grabs a free Oatmeal Stout beer that was one of the many brews of beer that was donated by the Blue Point Brewery for the 10 Mile Run to the Brewery in Patchogue on Saturday. Kevin DiVeglio, 33, of North Babylon (right) helped his father by volunteering for the second annual race. (Jan. 28, 2012)

Blue Point Beer awaits the participants of the
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Blue Point Beer awaits the participants of the 10 Mile Run to the Brewery in Patchogue on Saturday. (Jan. 28, 2012)

Matt Walsh, 26, of Wantagh finished in second
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Matt Walsh, 26, of Wantagh finished in second place in the 10 Mile Run to the Brewery in Patchogue on Saturday. Walsh crossed the finish line in 53:48, only 21 seconds behind his friend Conor Shelley. (Jan. 28, 2012)

Kevin, 33, (left) and Scott DiVeglio, 30, (right)
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Kevin, 33, (left) and Scott DiVeglio, 30, (right) of North Babylon volunteered to help their father Ric DiVeglio by pouring beer for the runners to enjoy after the race at Blue Point Brewery in Patchogue. Unlimited beer was donated by the brewery and in the end 17 kegs where emptied. (Jan. 28, 2012)

Kate Cervo, 22, of Smithtown (113) approaches the
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Kate Cervo, 22, of Smithtown (113) approaches the finish line at the 10 Mile Run to the Brewery in Patchogue as spectators cheer for her and the other runners on River Ave. (Jan. 28, 2012)

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Two friends, Conor Shelley, 24, of Rockville Center
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Two friends, Conor Shelley, 24, of Rockville Center (left) and Matt Walsh, 26, of Wantagh, embrace each other as they finished first and second in the second annual 10 Mile Run to the Brewery on Saturday in Patchogue. (Jan. 28, 2012)

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