Many people are skipping beer for healthier options. However, if you’re a runner, Marathon Brewing Company’s newest brew might be exactly what you need to add to your routine.

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26.2 Brew is the newest effort to get people drinking beer again, especially if you happen to be one of the millions of people making up the current health and wellness craze. Marathon Brewing Company’s flagship drink is considered the beer “for runners, by runners,” and was created by marathoner, triathlete, and Cicerone, Shelley Smith.

Sure, it’s got electrolyte-replenishing ingredients like Gatorade. That’s probably not enough to convince a lot of people that this particular beer is actually “good” for you. But, according to the site, 26.2 Brew contains 9 grams of carbs, 120 calories, and 4.0 percent alcohol. It’s also made with coriander and pink Himalayan sea salt, which helps your body replenish electrolytes, which is pretty important if you run a lot.