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Yalobusha Brewing Company Hosts Weekend Tours, Record Event

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Yalobusha Brewing Company is holding their very first curated event, Analog Valley. The brewery will be filled with 10,000-plus vintage vinyl records all for sale during this two day extravaganza.
This immense record collection has been growing for decades and this local Mississippian finally decided to open his collection to the public for this two day event.
The festivities will take place Sept. 20-21 at Yalobusha Brewing Co. in Water Valley. Analog Valley will be accompanied with Yalobusha Brewing tours and tastings for guest 21 and over. Food trucks will be onsite along with refreshments for purchase.
Each day will require a separate ticket purchase of $10 per person. For an additional $5 a ticket you can receive The Early Bird Special, which will grant you two hours access before anyone else. Each advance ticket purchase thru the Eventbrite page will also receive a Yalobusha Brewing Co. reusable record carrier.
Yalobusha owner Andy O’Bryan said, “We are very excited to partner with Dell Clark to showcase his private record collection. He is a serious collector and it is incredible that we will see the quality and quantity of vinyl in one spot in North Mississippi…”
Eventbrite Link for purchase of tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/analog-valley-tickets-12905325175

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Take a tour of the brewery this weekend. / Photos by Sarah Beth Wiley

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