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American Craft Beer Week Seven days of beer-related events including a beer and chocolate tasting, live jazz music, brew masterpiece releases and a dog play date at the brewery; through May 20. Various times Monday-Wednesday; Orlando Brewing, 1301 Atlanta Ave.; free-$10; 407-872-1117;

orlandobrewing.com.

Beer School Sample 12 different beers with cheese pairings for every level of beer drinker, ranging from novice to expert. 4-7 p.m. Saturday; World of Beer – UCF, 3402 Technological Drive, Suite 201; $20, reservations requested; 321-235-9741; wobusa.com.

Chillounge Night Party at Lake Eola with South Beach-style lounge furniture, cocktails at the cash bars, a fashion show and daybed parade, live music by bands In Transit and Cnergy, a Brazilian samba parade and a fireworks display over the lake. 6-11 p.m. Saturday; Lake Eola Park, 195 N. Rosalind Ave.; $20-$95; chilloungenight.com/orlando.

Dogfish Head Tap Spotlight Sample featured craft beers on tap, including 90 Minute IPA, Red & White, Aprihop, My Antonia and others. 5 p.m. Tuesday; Frank & Steins, 150 S. Magnolia Ave.; various prices; 407-412-9230;

frankandsteins.com.

Sanford de Mayo Outdoor street party with beer and cocktails, art displays, music and more. 5 p.m. Thursday; downtown Sanford, West First Street and South Park Avenue, Sanford; $7;

sanfordwelcomecenter.com.

Virginia Drive Live Street Party Wine stroll, art displays, live entertainment by Diamond Dolls and food trucks including K Burgers, Pop Craft Pops, My Dawgs and others. 6-10 p.m. Friday; Virginia Drive, between Alden Road and Haven Drive; free; 407-393-8765.

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