Every year Dogfish Head Craft Brewery hosts an awesome event, Analog-a-go-go! at their Milton, Delaware Brewery. There’s live music and a great DJ, vintage and new vinyl records, cool art, lots of vendors of artisan crafts, vintage clothing (that’s us) and amazing craft beer. This year was the first Analog-a-go-go in New York City! It was located at Birreria, on the rooftop of Eataly in Manhattan.Here’s Sam Calagione introducing the band, Steve Gunn. The band.This is our booth, Jill with Ashley from Dogfish. Next to us was Public Supply, artisan journals, paper goods and other supplies. Next to them was Juniper Ridge fragrances from nature.More of our booth.Kegs of special beers.Birreria with the rooftop open, in December.Artist Tara McPherson was there with cool t-shirts, prints and books. She does poster art for bands we all know and love (Melvins) and bottle art for Dogfish.Steve Gunn’s new album, get it at Other Music! who was also there.For the price of admission, you get all these specialty beers, a beer glass, a bunch of gifts from Dogfish, amazing live music, the best DJ in the world, Gerald (of Other Music), and to hang out with Sam! They spoil ya Rotten.
The list of awesome vendors this year was Other Music– records and DJ’d,Turntable Lab– Records and equipment, Grain Surfboards– handmade surfboards, Woolrich– with their made in USA blankets and clothing, Tara McPherson– artist, Heidi Lowe– hand crafted art jewelry and gallery, Public – Supply– Artisan journals, paper goods and other supplies, Meg McIntyre– Hand-crafted 45 boxes, Yusuke Okada– Artist, Coral & Tusk– Art embroidery on pillows and other items, Juniper Ridge– 100% natural colognes and perfumes using ancient techniques.
Thank you Sam Calagione, thank you Blaise Dupuy, that was awesome!