Yes, itís more upscale than what most are used to but the food is the best in GB as is the beer. This is one place in GB you must visit. Their beer is the best in the city and one of my favorite breweries.
Stopped in at 4:30 p.m. and the bar wasnít busy at all. Bartender was very pleasant and was glad to give us some samples. Beers were well made. I enjoyed the Bourbon Barrel Doppelbock. Wish I would have had time to sample more.
Some of the best service Iíve had. My friend was on crutches, so they let us sit in the fancy dining area but let us order off the bar menu. Food was a bit pricey, but was pretty damn good. Beer selection was small, but the white ipa was pretty fucking good. Really, the service was very impressive which skews my rating a bit, but next time Iím in Green Bay Iíll be stopping back because of it.
As others have said, this is a bit more upscale than most brewpubs, I felt a little out of place here and it does seem out of place in Green Bay, Titletown seems like a natural fit for this area. I do like their beer so I stopped in hunting for one-offs but didnít find any. Ordered a beer that the bartender had to walk upstairs to get, odd.
dekester1 (29) Neenah, Wisconsin | December 5, 2010| Updated May 22, 2011
My wife and I went to the lounge and had six beer sampler and few food items. We were impressed with the ambiance of the lounge and selection of both beers and food without going to the level of the high-priced restaraunt area. The service was excellent and the food and beers were as well. If you want drinks and/or a light meal, the lounge is probably the way to go. Highly recommended!
gws57 (92) Saint Charles, Illinois | March 3, 2009| Updated April 28, 2009
Visited for pre-dinner drinks on a Saturday in Feburary as part of WinTour 3. Service was inattentive in the loft area, but cigars were available which made things better. Beers were very good and served in fancy glassware! All in all, upscale and a bit pretentious, but I would revisit for dinner if back in Green Bay again.
First time at this location, but my brother dragged me down to do a flight of beers. We ended up in the lounge upstairs sitting in some comfy leather chairs with our feet firmly planted on a bear skin rug. Man, this upscale beer drinking at its finest!!! Anyway, a very nice upstairs with very helpful staff who are beer enthusiastic. The style of the place is modern with an industrial twist. Although we did not order the menu looks pretty damn good. Anyway, a flight for the happy hour on Saturday 4 to 7 and some boubon aged beers makes this a great place to stop.
I visited this place with my girlfriend. We went upstairs right after it opened, and the bartender looked a little taken back at our presence because it was 4:05, and the bar opened up at 4:00. He rarely smiled and then we sampled 6 out of the 8 beers. He talked with the mananger most of the time we were there. The manager was a friendly chap, but other then that the menu looked over priced, and the ambiance was stuffy- similar to what pfoxyjohn said, it caters to an entirely different crowd. Iíll stick with my friendly neighborhood brewery: TITLETOWN BREWERY!!
Fancy dancy place. I walked in wearing a pair of shorts, sandals, and a t-shirt and encountered a well dressed after work crowd enjoying cocktails and getting ready to sit down to a nice dinner. Who knew? I sat at the bar for a beer, their hefe, which was delicious. They had about 6-7 others available as well. Based on my reading of the menu, the food looked pretty good, but it wasnít your typical pub fare. Next time I pop in Iíll be sure to wear something a bit nicer. Titletown Brewing is almost directly across the street and is much more casual.