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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Dogfish Analog-a-go-go! 2015

IMG_0950This year is Dogfish Head Craft Brewery’s 20th anniversary!  So this Analog was extra celebration and twice as big as last year’s. IMG_0834 Tall Tales and the Silver Lining played the Dogfish BrewPub Thurs night. IMG_0835Friday we went to Lewes to check out the Dogfish Inn. IMG_0846We took a water taxi on the canal from Lewes to Rehoboth through Cape Henlopen State Park. That night we saw Built to Spill at the Brewpub. It was packed, so I couldn’t get a good photo, but they were great. IMG_0848Saturday we set up our booth at the Brewery in Milton, DE for the big beer tasting, record swap, artist and artisan event. IMG_0846-0 IMG_0952 We were so busy I didn’t get photos of the other booths, but definitely check them out. Scored this magnetic bottle opener by Brian Kolakowski.IMG_0861  Hymn for Her played. IMG_0865 Richard Cawley Sculptural Design unveiled this piece they brought all the way from Portland Oregon. IMG_0868Marq Spusta did original art all day. IMG_0872Back at the pub, Hop Along played. Every year we have so much fun and so great to see everyone! Thank you Sam!

Dogfish Head Craft Brewery’s first Analog-a-go-go NYC was awesome!

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.IMG_6044Here’s Sam Calagione introducing the band, Steve Gunn. IMG_6049The band.IMG_6055This 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.IMG_6058More of our booth.IMG_6040Kegs of special beers.IMG_6043Birreria with the rooftop open, in December.IMG_0674Artist 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.IMG_0673Steve Gunn’s new album, get it at Other Music! who was also there.IMG_0687For 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.

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Thank you Sam Calagione, thank you Blaise Dupuy, that was awesome!

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Dogfish Head Craft Brewery Analog-a-go-go! NYC 2014

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We’re going to New York City to join our friends at Dogfish Head Craft Brewery for an amazing event, Analog-a-go-go! NYC.

It’s on Sunday, December 14th at La Birreria, on the rooftop of Eataly. There’ll be live music by Steve Gunn, awesome vendors and record swap including Other Music,  Grain SurfboardsHeidi Lowe GalleryWoolrichJuniper RidgeTurntable LabMeg McIntyreCoral & TuskPublic SupplyTara McPhersonYusuke Okada. We’ll be there too! We hope to see you, it’s gonna be awesome!

For more info and tickets, go to www.dogfish.com

 

Dogfish Head Beer’s annual Analog-a-go-go! 2014

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Sam Calagione of Dogfish Head Craft Beer

Sam Calagione signed the Dogfish Analog-a-go-go poster for Sid Vintage

Sam Calagione, Founder of Dogfish Head Craft Beer and Sid Vintage.

Sam’s wearing a vintage 1982 “Fast Times at Ridgemont High” t-shirt from Sid Vintage. I’m wearing the Dogfish Head Analog-a-go-go t-shirt.

Sam Calagione signing the Analog-a-go-go poster. Jon Langford, who did the artwork for the poster, signed it for us the night before.

We’re going to frame that poster and hang it in the store forever!

Analog-a-go-go After Party at Dogfish Head Pub

Closing out the Analog-a-go-go event, Antigone Rising played at the Dogfish  Head Pub in Rehoboth Beach.

Antigone Rising at Dogfish Head Craft Brewery Pub June 25th, 2011

Antigone Rising at Dogfish Head Craft Brewery Pub June 25th, 2011


Antigone Rising played songs off the new CD, “23 Red” coming out in August.

Antigone Rising Peddle Board

Kate Schutt opened the show with her amazing guitar playing.

Trip to Dogfish Day 3

Saturday, June 24th we headed over to Dogfish Head Craft Brewery in Milton, DE to set up shop for the 2011 Analog-a-go-go! We were right next to the famous SteamPunk Tree House, which is an amazing work of art to see in person. You can go inside, there’s a balcony and spiral staircase, very cool. I still don’t have the photos, so check out the links to get an idea. I’m still working on retrieving the photos. Hopefully I’ll have them for you soon.

Across the way was Heidi Lowe of Heidi Lowe Gallery which showcases incredible art jewelry. Other awesome vendors there were Grain Surfboards who make wood surfboards by hand, Other Music located on E. 4th St. NYC, Rockstar Glassworks hand blown art glass, ASM Skateboards who made a Steampunk Treehouse Skateboard, David Plunkert who is an amazing artist was selling prints and other cool stuff, Rainbow Music and Books, and much more.

We had lots of misc. Vintage T-shirts including concert tees, 50’s-60’s Hawaiian Shirts, vintage surf shorts, Vintage Leather Belts and vintage sun dresses from the 40’s thru the 8o’s, tooled leather shoulder bags from the 1940’s thru the 1960’s and more.

 

Trip to Dogfish Day 2

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We spent most of the day at the beach.
Later in the evening we headed to Dogfish Head Pub for dinner, beer (Raison D’etre) and a show, Jon Langford and Skull Orchard! They were Freakin’ Wicked Awesome! We bought the Johnny Cask T-shirt, which is illustrated by Jon Langford. He also did the artwork for the Analog-a-go-go Poster which he signed for us.

We bought the Jon Langford & Skull Orchard “Old Devils” CD and Jon Langford “All the Fame of Lofty Deeds” CD and some artwork which we love. Great beer, great live music, awesome crowd, we had a great time.
*due to technical malfunction, there are no photos for day 1 ,2 and half of day 3. Hopefully we’ll recover them because we have photos from the show and the event, and some of the awesome people we met.

Trip to Dogfish

We had such a great time at the 2011 Analog-a-go-go event hosted by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. We want to share with you all the awesome people, music, art and fun we had. We lost our photos from the first few days, so we’ll do our best without them. We stopped in NYC for a fashion day on the way.

Day 1- NYC

When we visit NYC we always go to our favorite Bed and Breakfast in Chelsea, Dupuy’s Landing. Walking around Chelsea, we went to Comme de Garcon, one of our favorite designers’ store on 22nd St. Just a little further down the street we came upon Balenciaga. We went to the Hudson River Park to check out the new SkatePark. From there we headed toward the old Meat packing district on 14th St. where we saw a fashion photo shoot for Bloomingdales. On 14th St. we went to Diane Von Furstenberg, Stella McCartney, and another favorite, Alexander McQueen!
After our mini designer tour in Chelsea, we headed to the East Village to check out some of our favorite vintage shops. Our pick of the day was Village Style on E. 7th St. It was very hot and humid that day so we didn’t go to as many shops as we would have liked.

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