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Eat This Week, June 21 to 27, 2017: Ride, Dance, Drink

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Few things cap off a pedal-pushing road ride better than a cold brew. Spin your wheels in Stowe this weekend with a village block party and critical mass on Friday evening, followed by a dinner party at Piecasso Pizzeria & Lounge. The leg-burning group hits the trails Saturday at the Trapp Family Lodge; catch a brewery tour (and a bratwurst!) at von Trapp Brewing before or after. Riders in town might pause for a tasting at Stowe Public HouseUpper Pass Beer and Bent Hill Brewery will each host tastings — or bookend a cruise along the rec path with rosé at Cork Wine Bar & Market. Feel like dancin'? Hit up Stowe Cider on Saturday afternoon to shake a leg with tunes by Burn Permit, along with apple beverages and sample suds from the Alchemist.

B3 Festival: Bikes, Brews & Beats: Friday, June 23, through Sunday, June 25, various locations, Stowe. Various prices. Info, stoweb3fest.com.

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Green Mountain Grooves & Brews: Throw back a few lagers from von Trapp Brewing and shuffle your shoes to the Chad Hollister Band, Dead Winter Carpenters, and Satin & Steel. Fireworks after sundown. Saturday, June 24, noon-10 p.m., Farrs Field, Waterbury. $20; free for kids 12 and under. Info, 882-8191.

Burlington Wine & Food Festival: Sample wines from South Africa to South America at sumptuous seminars and dinner events. On Saturday, June 24, don your drinking shoes for the Grand Tasting at Burlington's Waterfront Park. Tuesday, June 20, through Saturday, June 24, various locations. Prices vary by event. Info, burlingtonwineandfoodfestival.com.

Integrated Duck and Rice Farming: Take in a farm tour hosted by the Vermont Land Trust — and learn how raising ducks and rice together benefits water quality, biodiversity and farm viability. Sunday, June 25, 9 a.m.-noon, Boundbrook Farm, Vergennes. Free; preregister. Info, 262-1222.


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