Cape Gazette

Analog A Go-Go puts the needle on the record

By Daren Criswell | Jun 19, 2014
Photo by: Daren Criswell The Homebrew Club (l-r) Laura Skuse, Ian Skuse, Amanda Detweiler, Pete Engeland, Sherri Skuse and Craig Skuse (Pirates of the Delaware River Brewing Company)

An enthusiastic crowd enjoyed Analog a Go Go June 13-14 at Dogfish Head brewery in Milton and at the restaurant in Rehoboth Beach.  The event is Dogfish's annual vinyl swap and cask beer fest.

Looking for vinyl are (l-r) Madalyn Riggins, Alyssa Stokes and Rebekah Hunter. (Photo by: Daren Criswell)
John Gross, AKA DJ Gross Y'all from Austin. (Photo by: Daren Criswell)
Leo Ryan, left, and Eric Yocum enjoy the event. (Photo by: Daren Criswell)
Inviting in good spirits are yogis (l-r) Lisa Willey, Michael Willey, Chris Willey, Lindsay Falkowski and Donna Fisher. Chris Willey is the owner of Yolo Mats in Ocean City, Md., which offers handmade yoga mats. (Photo by: Daren Criswell)
An enthusiastic crowd enjoyed the day. (Photo by: Daren Criswell)
Chelsea Carmean, Trevor Metz and Carter Duval. (Photo by: Daren Criswell)
Posing for a photo are (l-r) Sara Scrum, Brook Summers, Jessica Paranczak, Grant Garrity, Brad Simon, Alice Murphy, Heather Burket, Chris Burket, John Medkeff, Rob “Toothless” Riss, Zachary Marx-Kuo, Todd Lackie and Michael Lin. (Photo by: Daren Criswell)
Todd Brewer and Miranda Brewer. (Photo by: Daren Criswell)
Enjoying the day are John Miller and Paphawarin Miller. (Photo by: Daren Criswell)
Dogfish's Steampunk Treehouse is always a hit with crowds. (Photo by: Daren Criswell)
The new packaging plant in Milton is now open for tours. (Photo by: Daren Criswell)
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