Triple Voodoo Brewing Has Shut Down

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There’s been yet another sad closing in the Bay Area’s nightlife and beer scene. After 11 years making tasty beers in the Dogpatch, Triple Voodoo Brewing has shut down.

As announced on their Facebook page, the final weekend at their tap room was the 23rd-25th and now they’ve officially stopped all operations. For the time being you can still find their beer on tap at places like; PI Bar, Brotzeit Lokal, Tony’s Pizza, Brickhouse Cafe, and Richmond Republic Draught House.

Pickles is excited to get his treat. Today is the last day that we will be pouring beers and handing out treats in the…

Posted by Triple Voodoo Brewery on Sunday, October 25, 2020

I reached out to co-founder Greg Kitchen over email about why they are closing and he said, “The operating restrictions placed on us by the city and state health departments didn’t allow us to generate enough revenue to sustain our business.” COVID strikes again.

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