Cape Gazette

Dogfish's Analog-A-Go-Go puts needle on the record

Jun 04, 2013
Photos by: Daren Criswell Michael Russomano, left, Kaitlin Russomano and Mike Tyler check out some cool vinyl at Dogfish's Analog-A-Go-Go.

Dogfish Head Craft Brewery in Milton was the site of its annual Analog-A-Go-Go cask beer/vinyl fest June 1. Craft beer and vinyl lovers flocked to the brewery grounds for the sold-out event, which included tastings of World Wide Stout, Bitches Brew, 75 Minute IPA and Midas Touchstone (Dogfish Midas Touch brewed with fresh dark sweet cherries).

Three record shops, including Rainbow Records, KA-CHUNK!! and Other Music took part in Analog-A-Go-Go, as well as artisan vendors Poler Stuff, A Dying Breed, Sid Vintage, Heidi Lowe, Brian Kolakowski and Glass Thorpedo took part in the event.

Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats in Rehoboth Beach hosted concerts throughout the weekend in honor of Analog. Michael Glabicki of Rusted Root performed at the brewpub May 30, the Bernie Worrell Orchestra made a rare appearance May 31 and Bill Callahan took the stage June 1.

Cheers! A group enjoys a visit to the Steampunk Treehouse.  Shown, l-r, in back are Brian Hankin, Bryan Walker, Adam Bencan, Dario Grippo, Ian Cosgrove and Will Burton.  In front are Kristin Coughlan and Laurel Dasher.
Poster artist Jim Mazza, left, and Dogfish Head President Sam Calagione mug it up at Analog-A-Go-Go.
Bocce rules at Dogfish Craft Brewery during Analog-A-Go-Go.
Trip DelCampo, left and Luiz Ramirez are all stocked up.
Shown (l-r) in Dogfish's tasting room are Andrew Greenly, Phillip McKrevins and Karen Bradley.
DJs (l-r) Tim Parrott, John Gross and Matt Mona spin vinyl for the festivities.
Stephanie Tubbs tries a pickle in the tasting room.
Festival goers (l-r) Lorin Drinkard, Kate Garstens, Andy Carstens, Seth Heath, Laura Heath, Dean Fairweather and A.J. Smith are considering a trip up into the Steampunk Treehouse.
Morgan Mumford of Mumford Woodworking was on site for Analog-A-Go-Go.
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