"Rent a bike at CycleMania in East Bayside and hit the trails. One choice for an hourlong ride is the Back Cove trail, which curves 3.6 miles around a circular cove. Then refresh yourself with kombucha at Urban Farm Fermentory. In a town where distilling and fermenting are apparently native skills, Urban Farm, in a warehouse-type space, is evidence of Portland’s entrepreneurial zeal. In addition to fermented tea — recent flavors included mint nettle and turmeric — you’ll find mead, hard ciders and gruit (beer with herbal flavoring). A flight is $5."
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