Voodoo Brewery Expands Its Craft Beer's Availability
By Maggie McCauley | Photograph from Ten Four Social
The craft beer scene is on the rise in Pittsburgh, and Voodoo Brewery could be credited for leading the movement. “As a company, we try hard to put forth an incredibly diverse beer line that’s world class,” says Jake Voelker, principal owner of Voodoo Brewing Company. Headquartered in a new, 18,000-square-foot production facility in Meadville, the company has multiple pub locations, including a hotspot in Homestead. Currently trending? Hazy New England IPAs. Voodoo has quite a few of them, and they’re even starting to be canned for customers! Available for a limited time is Cowbell, a double chocolate oatmeal milk imperial stout, served through a nitro draftline. “We also have barrel-aged cocktails, a few wines, and ciders,” says Voelker. There’s something for your entire crew to enjoy!
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