Voodoo is known for their tropical West Coast IPA called Good Vibes and Voodoo Love Child, a Belgian-style Tripel aged on sour Michigan cherries, raspberries, and passion fruit.
There will also be seasonal selections available throughout the year such as a Florida Stout, which is an imperial sweet stout brewed with toasted coconut and Madagascar bourbon vanilla beans, and an American Blonde Ale brewed with apricots called Beach Gear.
You won’t find these Pennsylvania brews in any bars or bottle shops in Florida. If you want to try Voodoo beer, visiting the St. Pete brewpub will be your best bet. However, you might occasionally find a Voodoo beer at Total Wine.
For those not in the mood for a beer, the brewpub will also serve Voodoo hard seltzers, seltzer slushies, and ciders. A wine list and selections of mead will be available as well.
You’ll probably be hungry after a few cold ones, and Voodoo’s got you covered. A full food menu will include elevated bar food like beer pretzels with cheese, three different varieties of beer mussels, handmade pizzas, tacos, and beer mac and cheese. Many of the menu items include Voodoo beer in their recipes.