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Voodoo Brewing Company
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Active Beers: 47
Beer Ratings: 3,143
Beer Avg: 4.01
Taps: 10 / Bottles: -
Cask: Y / Beer-to-Go: Y
$$ - reasonable
[ Brewery, Bar ]
215 Arch St
phone: (814) 337-3676
(Place added by: woodychandler on 03-09-2006)
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| Reviews: 10 | Show All Ratings:
Reviews by beergod1:
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5 | $$$
It's meant to be Very rough, Barn like atmosphere. Old wooden doors hanging from the Ceiling, Original wooden floor. The menu is in chalk on the wall...so every one can see it from a far. Eclectic Menu is small, and strange....Yet very tasty. Nothing like it around. And changes almost weekly. Menu is pricey, but you get what you pay for. I got Potato skins, with bbq pork. Very tasty pork, but so little of it. You can get the regular bottled offerings to go, and on tap, with the tap having the Non Bottled treats rotating till they run out. Make the trip folks....you wont be sorry.
12-26-2012 23:58:43 |
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vibe: 4.25 | quality: 4.75 | service: 4.25 | selection: 4.5 | $$
Outstanding, outstanding, outstanding!!! I make it a point to always seek out Voodoo at whatever beer fest event I go to. I have always been impressed by the selection and consistency of the brews. I have wonderful flavor memories of all the beers and when you have the chance all I can say is Gran Met!
07-28-2013 15:46:05 |
More by apr3940
vibe: 5 | quality: 4.75 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 4 | $$
Finally getting around to writing this as I was able to make the trek up for the Barrel Room Collection Release. Interesting design inside, lots of reclaimed and reused materials. Really cool, chilled out relaxed vibe and great music playing in the background. Really long bar with plenty of seating to be had. 10 taps and a beer engine. All 6 of the regular beers are on tap and they rotate 4 seasonals. Small, but eclectic food menu comprised of items that are all locally sourced. I had the sausage gravy pizza which was pretty mind blowing. It takes a minute to figure out how the food ordering system works and can be a little confusing if it's your first time, as it was for me. Nice little lounge area with church pews and a pellet stove. I was told by the bar staff that the upstairs just opened to accommodate larger crowds. Service was excellent, the food was great, and the beer was the best part. Pappy beer on tap? Hope to make it back up for the next one, if not earlier.
07-11-2013 15:41:54 |
More by penguinstout
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.75 | service: 5 | selection: 4.75 | food: 5 | $$
Voodoo is an amazing place. The decor is awesome. Repurposed barn wood and doors fill the area. The signature lime green Voodoo color lines one of the walls. The chalk board wall is filled with their food menu as well as a separate chalk board wall filled with their beer special. They even offer soda for the little ones (or non-drinkers) and local Conneaut Lake Cellars Wine for the wine drinkers.
The menu is always changing, week by week, depending what is fresh and available. The food is ridiculously good. The staff/owners are unbelievably friendly and are always chatting with everyone! They are all great guys!
The new upstairs is a great area to hang out with a bunch of friends, if the downstairs gets too crowded.
They always have their main staples on draft and then pub only options (usually 4-5 of them). They also tap a firkin every Friday at 5 and there are usually not too many repeats (unless demanded by the fans!)
Overall the service is top notch, the food it top notch and beer is...get this...top notch. You can't go wrong checking out Voodoo.
05-11-2013 01:07:22 |
More by tommyguz
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.25 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.25 | food: 2.25 | $$
I visited Voodoo for their Barrel Room release, so this isn't a "typical" everyday review, but I'll try to keep it as unbiased as possible. I have to highly praise the staff for doing a great job at this event, and for how chaotic we made it with our shenanigans, they really catered to the mob better than I've ever seen.
The pub is pretty basic, nice layout, with sort of a organic vibe. The bar is large and well-suited for a big crowd, with lots of room for tables and standing. A large chalkboard along the wall informs you of what's on tap, and there are no TVs to offend the eye or draw in the annoying sports fans.
The quality of Voodoo's beer is very good to excellent, even their regular offerings that I get everyday in SEPA. They had a great selection on, the day before the event, and even more spectacular the day of the event, with tons of heavy-hitting one-offs.
Service was great. Apart from the excellent handling of the Barrel Room event, the staff was always attentive during my time at the bar, and they were all seemingly knowledgeable about their own beer, and the beer scene in general.
If I have one gripe with the place, it's the food. There were some interesting items on the menu, but it was pretty lacking as far as selection goes. There's very little "service" as far as food goes: you order, then they call out your number over a loud speaker and you go pick it up at the window. I'm not really complaining about it, it just seems a bit weird to do it that way. As for the food itself, despite local praise, I was pretty unimpressed with what I got. I ordered a soup (can't remember what kind) and the pierogi, and I didn't care for either one. The soup was ice cold, and the pierogi were simply tasteless, and not very good at all, though to be fair I am a bit of a pierogi perfectionist.
Prices were fair all over.
Food aside, I thoroughly enjoyed my experience at Voodoo. It's unlikely that I'll ever return, considering it's about a six hour drive for me, but I wouldn't completely rule it out. I wouldn't mind going back for the next Barrel Room release, but I might have to hitch a ride.
05-11-2013 00:18:28 |
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