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Voodoo Brewing Co. Opens Pop-Up at PIT

by Kimberly Krol Inlander

May 30, 2018
eFlyer News

Quench your thirst at Pittsburgh International Airport: Voodoo Brewing Co. opened its first pop-up pub in Concourse C, joining other local breweries, including Local Craft Kitchen + Bar and Penn Brewery, at the airport this year.

The brewery brings “fun, flavorful and though-provoking” beers to its 225-square-foot airport space, with up to 12 draft lines and a collection of year-round and seasonal brews. The pub has an outdoorsy feel, with wooden pallets and a graffiti chalkboard. USB plugs allow travelers to recharge while waiting for flights.

“The addition of Voodoo Brewing Co. is the latest piece to bringing more of our regional flavor into the terminal,” said Eric Sprys, chief commercial officer, Allegheny County Airport Authority. “Sense of place is important and we’re excited travelers can experience more of the Pittsburgh region right at the airport.”

The pop-up is open Monday and Friday, 10 a.m.–8:30 p.m., and Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, 10 a.m.–7:30 p.m.

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