When: November 3-5, 2017
Where: Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats
In addition to the rare off-centered ales served throughout the day at the brewery, join us for a full weekend of compelling activities in our other Delaware locations!
Saturday, November 4, 2017
Lots of goodness will be happening at the brewery on Saturday.
If you select the $20 ticket option, you receive a limited-edition Analog-A-Go-Go tasting glass, 8 samples including 7 cask beer samples and a distillery sample, access to our unique vendors, and treehouse and brewery tours. Pints will be for sale beyond your samples. Shop and swap vinyl with local record stores, enjoy food from various food trucks, and visit the Dogfish Distillery Garden. You also have an opportunity to hop in the photo booth and get a Dogfish headband!
Also joining us will be our current featured Off-Centered Artist Series artist Marq Spusta. Fans will have an opportunity to interact with him while he creates original, live art onsite.
Dogfish Head is continuing its artist collaborations with the Off-Centered Artist Series. Each year, we work with one off-centered artist to create original works to bring their artistic interpretation of our beers to life! This winter, and throughout 2018, our friend and artist Marq Spusta returns to bring his vibrant and intricate design to our labels, POS and merchandise. Spusta’s unique artistic characters and creations have been a beloved part of our 2011 Seasonal Artist Series, Hellhound On My Ale, Record Story Day Crosley player and Analog-A-Go-Go to name a few. In addition to his work with Dogfish Head, Spusta has created highly coveted concert posters and custom artwork for The Grateful Dead, The Black Crowes, Tom Petty, Widespread Panic and more.
Ever wanted to see what it’s like inside our Steampunk Treehouse? Now’s your chance! We’ll be giving treehouse tours from 11:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Merch- The shop will be open all day for our guests!
Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats Happenings
Friday- The Legendary Shack Shakers: Originally formed in the mid-1990s, this southern gothic band draws inspiration from rockabilly, rock and roll, country, and even a little punk rock. To match the energetic tunes and theatrical stage presence, vocalist J.D. Wilkes puts on a show that earned him the title of Nashville's Best Frontman by the Music City’s entertainment magazine “Scene”, and has also been compared to Iggy Pop and David Byrne. Over the years, the band has toured with The Reverend Horton Heat, featured the former Dead Kennedys Jello Biarfra on a song, and opened for Robert Plant (a huge fan of the Legendary Shack Shakers). If that doesn’t impress you, we don’t know what will.
Saturday - Waxahatchee: Katie Crutchfield is no stranger to the DIY music scene. Having written music since her time as a young teenager, and then crafting the punk outfit P.S. Eliot with her twin sister Allison, along with various solo projects, Katie has been quite busy. After the disbandment of P.S. Eliot in 2011, Crutchfield started Waxahatchee. What started as a solo project incepted in her room at her parent’s Alabama home, has since garnered loads of attention from a myriad of musical outlets like NPR, Pitchfork, and Dusted Magazine. Since that initial bedroom release in 2012, Waxahatchee has toured with Tegan And Sara, Kurt Vile, Sleater Kinney, and recently announced they will be on an upcoming tour with The New Pornographers.
Sunday – Post-Analog Brunch beginning at 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.
The Dogfish Head INN
INN packages include the following: 2 night minimum stay at the INN on Friday and Saturday nights, 2 Analog tickets per room (with option to add on tickets and the exception of 4 tickets included with Sweet cost), Friday night music-themed Fireside Chat with Sam and Dogfish Head brewer Bryan Selders on Friday night at 6 pm, 2 uber codes (value up to $20 each), and shuttle service during the following times*:
Loop from Inn to pub and back- Starting at 7p post-Fireside
Shuttle departs INN on the hour and the Pub on the :30. Last run from pub is 10:30 p.m.
Loop from Inn to Brewery- Stating at 10:30 am.
Shuttle will run from the INN on the :30 and the Brewery on the hour.
Last run from the Brewery @ 5 p.m.
Loop from Inn to Pub - Starting at 6 p.m. shuttle departs INN on the hour and the Pub on the :30. Last run from pub is 10:30 p.m.
*Times are subject to change due to needs of guests
Single King (7 available): $499
Double Queen (7 available): $499
Sweet! (1 available): $949
Other housekeeping items
Please wear closed-toed shoes and pants if you plan on taking a tour.
The Tasting Room will be closed to the public.
Use this address for your GPS: 500 Off-Centered Way, Milton, DE 19968
Parking- On the day of the event you will NOT be able to access the brewery through our main entrance. You will need to enter through our back of house entrance on Cave Neck Road.
Looking for a place to crash? Start here:
Rehoboth and Dewey Chamber of Commerce
Rehoboth Beach Main Street
Lewes Chamber of Commerce
Other options HERE
Jolly Trolly Transportation
Jolly Trolly will be using a pay-per-seat option ($10 each way) and it will be the responsibility of the guest to reserve their seat online prior to the event.
Pick-up times from the Dogfish Head Pub (Rehoboth Ave, Rehoboth Beach) will be 10:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.
Returning trips from the brewery will be at 3 and 4 p.m.
NOTE: The pay-per-seat program closes 24 hours before our first trip from Rehoboth Beach on November 4 at 9:30 a.m.. Tickets will still be available on site at the same price, but seats will not be guaranteed without buying in advance.
For more information about the event, contact Event Planner Tricia