Before Greg and Renee Kitchen started Triple Voodoo Brewery & Tap Room in Dogpatch ten years ago, they were living in San Francisco working day jobs and homebrewing as a hobby. Once they finally decided to make a business out of it, they worked double duty for a couple years, building the business on evenings and weekends after hours. Two years ago, they moved out of the city to Bret Harte. “We wanted a change of pace from the craziness of SF and we fell in love with the quaint nature of Bret Harte,” said Greg.
Today, having just celebrated its tenth anniversary, Triple Voodoo is a thriving business located on 3rd Street in SF’s Dogpatch, with 16 rotating taps of its craft beers, a 26-foot bar, and a beautiful modern industrial event space.
Support the Neighborhood
You don’t have to travel all the way to Dogpatch to enjoy the beers, Greg delivers! Wednesday through Sunday, Bret Harte gets its own delivery, just order online at the Triple Voodoo Store by 5PM for same-day delivery and you can expect your beer to arrive between 6pm-9pm that day. When placing an order you should specify "pickup" and mention in the notes that you live in Bret Harte.
Who: Greg and Renee Kitchen
Where: Billou St.
When: Moved to Bret Harte in 2018
What challenges did you face at the beginning?
There are too many to list 😁
What do you like most about running your business?
Being part of the craft beer community and meeting awesome people every day
Lack of support by government for small business in California
If you could go back in time to before you got started, what would you tell yourself?
Oh boy.. this is gonna be a wild ride 😁
If resources were no object, what changes would you make to improve your business?
More diversification of different product offerings to help be more resilient to the unforeseen challenges in the market.. such as Covid-19
What advice would you give to people who want to do what you're doing?
Make sure you are passionate about what you do and put in 110% effort every day
Has living here helped you with your business in any way?
The community has really rallied around what we do and supported us through online orders. We are very thankful for everyone’s positive support and enthusiasm around what we do. This is what is going to help small business survive going forward.