We’re going to Dogfish Head’s annual Analog-A-Go-Go! 2017

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This year’s Analog-a-go-go! is November 4-5, 2017 at both the brewpub in Rehoboth, Delaware and the Milton brewery. This is our 7th year setting up a booth at this event, so we know how much fun it is. There’s beer tasting, vinyl record vendors from all over, very talented crafts people and artists, and we’ll have vintage clothing. There will be live music and food trucks as well.

We hope to see you there!

For more info and tickets, go to dogfish.com

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Join Us at Dogfish Head Craft Brewery for Analog-a-go-go! 2015

  “What happens when craft worlds collide?! Analog-A-Go-Go … it’s back and better than ever!

This is the sensory experience to end all sensory experiences. It starts with carefully crafted cask beer to satisfy your taste buds while listening to some analog music and perusing through hand-crafted and curated goods.
Vinyl, live music, cask beer, artisans of all kinds – what more could you want?!”
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Dogfish Head Beer’s annual Analog-a-go-go! 2014

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2012 Analog-a-go-go at Dogfish Head Craft Brewery

Here’s the poster by Sam Calagione of Dogfish Head and Bill Covaleski of Victory Brewing.

This year the fair was even bigger than last year. There was an enormous tent we were set up under with the vinyl vendors and artisans along with casks of Dogfish beer. The vinyl dealers, Other Music, Rainbow Records and more  took turns spinning records, so fun awesome music was played throughout the day.

Here are some of my favorite things I saw: Heidi Lowe made earrings out of old records with little dogfish cut-outs. Brian Kolakowski made wooden sculptures of fried eggs, and I had my eye on a Tom Waits print at Ka-Chunk! Records. There was lots more of course. Some of the brews we tasted were Bitches Brew, World Wide Stout, Faithful Ale and Headwaters Pale Ale by guest brewer Victory Brewing.

The night before the fair we saw the Fleshtones and Steve Wynn and the Miracle 3.

Here’s the Fleshtones on the bench outside the pub.

Steve Wynn and the Miracle 3 were great!

Saturday night, June 23rd, Sam Calagione introduces Bonnie Prince Billy at the pub. An amazing show.

A favorite keepsake, 2 wooden magnets from the album “Wolfroy Goes to Town” signed by Bonnie Prince Billy, who’s so amazing!!!

2012 Dogfish Head Analog-A-Go-Go Cask Beer Fair!

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When: June 22 & 23 Analog-A-Go-Go! 2012

Where: at the Dogfish Head Craft Brewery in Milton, DE

Why: #1 you get to try all the amazing Dogfish brews such as… Bitches Brew, Hellhound, Faithful and Positive Contact and many more. My personal favorite today is Midas Touch & Hellhound. I have a bottle of Black and Blue at home too, soon to be tried.

#2 All the awesome people at Dogfish and all the people that come to Analog-a-go-go! Last year we met so many people from all over the country. There was pretty good representation from Western Mass too!

#3 Great Live Music by The Fleshtones & Bonnie Prince Billy

#4 Great Vendors all hand picked by Sam himself… Lots of Vinyl from Other Music and Rainbow Records.

Hand Crafted Goods from Grain Surf Boards, Heidi Lowe Gallery, Glass Torpedo, Brian Kolakowski

Food by Bethany Blues

And we’re very honored that we’ll be there too!

#5 The beach! The Dogfish Pub/ Restaurant is just a few blocks away from Rehoboth Beach!

For Tickets Click Here  (only $10.00)

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