The Blood, Sweat and Craft Beers Team – Daniel Venema

 

For the third year running, the Blood, Sweat, and Craft Beers running team will be lacing up to take on the 14 km’s known as the City2South. Last year, the team raised a staggering amount of money for RUOK, and this year, look to top our efforts by hitting $20,000 for beyondblue, which is an outstanding resource for people suffering from depression, anxiety, and a variety of other mental maladies. Continue reading

The Blood, Sweat and Craft Beers Team – David Fill

 

For the third year running, the Blood, Sweat, and Craft Beers running team will be lacing up to take on the 14 km’s known as the City2South. Last year, the team raised a staggering amount of money for RUOK, and this year, look to top our efforts by hitting $20,000 for beyondblue, which is an outstanding resource for people suffering from depression, anxiety, and a variety of other mental maladies.

To help you all get a better idea of who we are as a group, I’m running (pun not intentional) a segment to highlight the individuals who make up this merry little gang.

Next up is David “D-Train” Fill!


Who are you?

My name is David. I am mainly an Instagram person but I have a somewhat crappy blog. All under the guise of Beer Food Brisbane.

 

What’s your good beer connection? 
No real connection, other than getting bitten by the good beer bug and being hooked ever since.
What’s your running experience? 

The younger version of me ran a fair bit, until it discovered World of Warcraft. Fast forward 10 years (and the many KG’s that have come and gone) I’m back to where I was and running 3 times a week. There’s nothing like it, getting out there with an open road (or path) and letting the world move under your feet. All while listening to music. I love it.

Beyondblue: What does it mean to you?

It means a lot to me. Not having being diagnosed with any sort of depression I don’t have personal experience but people close to me have, and it doesn’t look like fun at all. If I can help this great cause with a hassling friends and family for donations, a fun run and helping spread the word then I am more than happy to.