BREAKING: Voodoo Brewery announces first location in Ohio

Cleveland Heights, OH – Acclaimed Brewers Voodoo Brewing, of Meadville, PA announced today that they are expanding into Ohio, their first foray outside of the state of Pennsylvania. The brewery has brewpubs throughout the state of Pennsylvania in Erie, Grove City, Pittsburgh, State College, Lancaster, Homestead, and New Kensington. The brewery, known for their Good Vibes Beerfest and their Black Magick series of barrel aged imperial stouts, will open a Taproom this summer on Lee Road in Cleveland Heights. The full press release is below:

The employee-owners of Voodoo Brewing Company are pleased to announce the newest Voodoo-branded Brewpub, which will be located in Cleveland Heights, OH. This independently-owned pub will be part of the Lee Rd Business Community, we are beyond excited to be involved in this community’s ongoing transformation. This pub will not only feature year round beer selections but also pub exclusives. Patrons will also be able to enjoy the same eclectic pub fare that they have grown to love at other Voodoo Brewery locations. 

 

Throughout our 13-year history, we have always had a commitment to our loyal regional fans and we cannot wait to bring our world class beer, quirky personalities, and relaxed atmosphere to Cleveland Heights and greater North East Ohio Community. 

 

For updates on this project, please follow our Facebook page: @voodoobreweryCLE

 

We would like to thank the city of Cleveland Heights and all other community stakeholders for their hard work and dedication toward this project. We cannot wait to have a beer with you soon! 

 

We hope for a grand opening this summer.  Please email jake@voodoobrewery.comwith all press inquiries. 

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