Dogfish Head Craft Brewery’s Analog-A-Go-Go Weekend Set for November 8-10

Dogfish Head Craft Brewery’s Analog-A-Go-Go Weekend Set for November 8-10From Dogfish Head:

Dogfish Head Craft Brewery’s ninth annual Analog-A-Go-Go weekend is a go-go, and it is going to be ‘FIRKIN’ awesome! Slated for Friday, November 8 through Sunday, November 10, Analog-A-Go-Go is a three-day celebration of all things craft, complete with a variety of fun-filled events at each of Dogfish Head’s coastal Delaware properties – the Dogfish Head Tasting Room & Kitchen, Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats, Chesapeake & Maine and the Dogfish Inn.

Dogfish Head Tasting Room & Kitchen in Milton

Friday, November 8 – Stop by from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. for a can happy hour featuring $1 off all canned beers. Ogre’s Grove, a Milton-based comic book store, will host a pop-up shop onsite from 3-7 p.m., and Bastion’s Wake, a local band that combines progressive, hard-hitting soundscapes with a touch of fantasy, will play a myriad of metal favorites from 4:30-6:30 p.m.

Saturday, November 9 – The ticketed portion of Analog-A-Go-Go will take place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tickets are just $25 per person and admission includes nine samples (six cask-conditioned beers, two spirits-based samples from Dogfish Head Distilling Co. and one bonus beer), a limited-edition Analog-A-Go-Go tasting glass, tours of the brewery’s production facility and Steampunk Treehouse, live music by Bastion’s Wake, and access to an artisanal marketplace featuring an array of local artisans, record stores and food trucks. A limited number of Designated Driver tickets are also available for $10 each.

Analog-A-Go-Go’s list of beer samples includes:

  • Koffie Koyt – 6.2% ABVDutch oat beer aged on Rise Up Coffee Roasters’ cold-press coffee and roasted cocoa shells
  • Leaf in Place – 9.4% ABV – Baltic porter brewed with toasted hazelnuts and mission figs, and aged in Dogfish Head Distilling Co. rum casks
  • Goldenmilk – 7.0% ABV – Oat cream ale brewed with turmeric, cloud forest yellow cardamom, tanga ginger, cinnamon verum, smoked star anise and Madagascar vanilla beans
  • American Beauty Hazy Ripple IPA – 7.0% ABV – Hazy IPA brewed with spelt and dosed with a special yeast designed to liberate hop aromatics
  • Highly Regular – 7.6% ABV – Imperial milk porter brewed with milk sugar, and served from firkins primed with prune juice concentrate and licorice root
  • Smoovie Fixins – 6.0% ABV – The OG fruit smoothie ale brewed with a very, very long list of ingredients
  • Slightly Mighty – 4.0% ABV – A lo-cal IPA that is slight in calories and carbs, and mighty in hop flavor (95 calories, 3.6g carbs, 1g sugar & 0g fat per 12oz serving)

Samples from Dogfish Head Distilling Co.:

  • Booze for Breakfast Coffee Liqueur – 10.0% ABV – 2017 Beer for Breakfast* distilled and aged in bourbon barrels for two years, and blended with nutmeg, cinnamon, brown sugar and pot-still brewed coffee from Rise Up Coffee Roasters
    *Brewed with real scrapple.
  • Autumn Rose Cocktail – 10% ABV – A twist on a classic, Prohibition Era cocktail made with Esprit Malade (the distillery’s limited-release, tart apple brandy liqueur made with apples from Fifer Orchards) mixed with grenadine and lemon juice

More information about Analog-A-Go-Go’s list of samples coming soon. Keep an eye on www.dogfish.com/analog-a-go-go for event updates. Offerings are subject to change based on availability and awesomeness.

New this year, Dogfish Head founder Sam Calagione and Record Store Day co-founder Michael Kurtz will host a special, fireside-style chat with Analog-A-Go-Go attendees from 1-2 p.m. During the event, the duo will discuss Dogfish Head’s Record Store Day collaborations and history as the Official Brewery of Record Store Day. No additional ticket required.

Analog-A-Go-Go attendees can also upgrade their experiences with a ‘Sippin’ on Sonic’ tour. This hour-long exploration of goodness gives guests a brief look at Dogfish Head Distilling Co.’s operations, and offers a deeper understanding of the complexity and convenience of one of its most sought-after products, Sonic Archeology. After sampling the distillery’s brandy, rum and whiskey – the three spirits found in Sonic Archeology – those in attendance will enjoy a half pour of this unique, ready-to-drink bottled cocktail as they listen to classic vinyl tunes. Tickets for the ‘Sippin’ on Sonic’ tour are $20 per person (cost is in addition to the price of general admission) and include admittance to the tour, on-tour tastings, a specialty glass and a 100ml bottle of Sonic Archeology.

Sunday, November 10 – Forget happy hour. It is going to be a happy DAY! From 12-7 p.m., all canned beers are $1 off regular price.

Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats in Rehoboth

Friday, November 8 – Texas-based dream pop band Deep Blue Something – best known for its 1995 worldwide, smash hit single ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ – takes the brewpub’s world-class music stage at 10 p.m. After taking a long hiatus from the music industry, this timeless group reconvened in 2016 and is now performing at venues across the country. No cover.

Saturday, November 9 – The weekend’s lineup of live music continues at 10 p.m. with Bronze Radio Return. This group’s rousing, anthem-like sound creates an undeniable, upbeat atmosphere that is one part dance party and another part roots-rock. Affectionately self-proclaimed as, “the band you’ve probably heard, but haven’t heard of,” this five-piece earned its notoriety from songs like, ‘Light Me Up,’ ‘Further On’ and ‘Shake, Shake, Shake.’ No cover.

Sunday, November 10 – For folks that are not quite ready for the celebration to end, the brewpub will host a delicious, Analog-A-Go-Go themed brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. A special DJ will be on stage spinning vinyl and Extended Play by Gidgets Gadgets Retro Emporium will be onsite with a pop-up record shop.

Chesapeake & Maine in Rehoboth

Friday, November 8 – Head on over to Chesapeake & Maine from 5-8 p.m. for smooth jazz music by Bruce Anthony. To accompany his compelling tunes, the restaurant’s selection of vintage Dogfish Head beers will be available for 20% off. Offer available for dine-in only.

Saturday, November 9 – Musician and Dogfish Head co-worker, Kerry Hallett, will entertain diners with a mix of heartfelt originals and reimagined covers from 6-9 p.m. Throughout the evening, Chesapeake & Maine’s new ‘Seafood Keg’ – a heaping pile of fresh shellfish, local vegetables and potatoes in an aromatic broth served in a repurposed beer keg with grilled bread and drawn butter – will be available for $10 off. Each keg serves 2-4 off-centered people.

Sunday, November 10 – Swing by for the sweetest deal in town – Lobster Party Sunday. This dine-in only deal features fresh 1.25 lbs. Maine lobsters for just $12 each. Available while supplies last. For reservations, call 302-226-3600.

Dogfish Inn in Lewes

To ensure they do not miss a moment of the weekend’s fun, visitors can book the Analog-A-Go-Go package at the Dogfish Inn. Cost of the package varies depending on room selection and includes:

  • A two-night stay at the Dogfish Inn
  • Two Uber vouchers for traversing coastal Delaware
  • Access to a music-themed Fireside Chat on Friday with Dogfish Head founder Sam Calagione
  • Two tickets* per room to the ticketed portion of Analog-A-Go-Go on Saturday
  • Shuttle service between Dogfish Head’s properties throughout the weekend

*Guests have the option to add additional Analog-A-Go-Go tickets to their reservations. Those staying in the Cottage Sweet and Super SWEET will receive four tickets per reservation for the festival on Saturday.

Links for Tickets & Reservations

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