CELEBRATING AMERICA'S best beer-drinking city, Philly Beer Week began Sunday and finishes up this weekend after 10 days of pub crawls, tap takeovers, beer-themed game shows, and block parties.

Here are some featured venues as the fun continues through the weekend. (Go to phillybeerweek.org for full schedule.)

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Bikes, Beers & Bluegrass

Founding Fathers Sports Bar & Grill at 16th & South Streets is hosting a Bike Stop on Saturday from 1 to 6 p.m. featuring a Keystone Mountain Boys concert to drive awareness and support for the Schuylkill River Trail. Featured Breweries are Sly Fox and Yards.

Shakedown Street Beer Festival

Figuring many folks got into craft beer through the "lot scene" at their favorite concerts, City Tap House University City is hosting tribute bands from 2 - 7 p.m. Saturday featuring Old Soul Revival (Allman Bros); Control For Smilers (Phish) and Splintered Sunlight (Grateful Dead). Beer from Sierra Nevada, Terrapin Beer Co., Captain Lawrence Brewing Company, Fat Head's Brewery Nodding Head Brewery and more.

Fishtown FestiVALE

Starting at noon Saturday along Frankford Avenue from Girard Avenue to Master Street, Johnny Brenda's is a focus at this annual street festival, serving up pulled pork, soft-shell crab, and sides all day. Featured beer will be from Flying Fish, Yards, River Horse, and others.

Goose Island Block Party

The Vetri family's version of an Italian gastropub is the star Sunday at Alla Spina (Italian for "from the tap") on Mount Vernon Street, off North Broad. It starts at 2 p.m. featuring street food by chef Matty Matheson, treats by Big Gay Ice Cream, and live music by Modern Colour, and a beer list by Goose Island

Dock Street Music Fest and Scavenger Run

While others may be spending Sunday nursing hangovers and vowing never to drink again, at Dock Street Beer on South 50th Street off Baltimore Avenue  in West Philly, they'll be gearing up at 2:30 p.m. for a run and scavenger hunt. Afterwards, it's a free outdoor concert featuring Needle Points, Northern Liberties, Black Landlord and others.