Titletown is widely advertised as the best brewery in GB; personally i think Hinterland gives them a run for their money, but anyway. The location is across the river from downtown and is a bit confusing. There is a brewpub/restaurant on one side of the street and the production facility, along with a taproom and a rooftop bar on the other side. All are represented by this single listing here on RB. We went to the tap room, which was fairly quiet on Tuesday night. Plenty of beers on tap, available as flights of four or six. Beer quality was generally solid, but not exceptional. Service was ok, although the bartender was a bit odd. Apparently there are no bathrooms in the taproom, you need to walk across the street to the restaurant, which is weird. We did not try the brewpub or the rooftop, but I imagine they are well thought out. A worthy stop during any visit to GB.
Great spot. 13 taps and 2 beer engines. Cool vibe, wood floors, high def TVs over the bar, and solid root beer. Staff was extremely friendly, and one of the bar managers chatted me up for about 20 minutes about craft beers, homebrewing, and Titletown’s upcoming releases.
Nice setting - old converted train station - they even bring the sampler out on a little train car - nice touch. Decent beer selection - eight on tap at once - all average to above average. Service is friendly and for the most part prompt. Food is abve average for a brewpub -lots of specialty items such as lobster pasta and several fresh water fish entrees. Worth a visit if in Green Bay.
Stopped in here for lunch today - this is probably the largest brewpub I’ve ever been to - a huge, converted old train station, with plenty of indoor and outdoor seating - decent amount of beers on tap (ten different ones when I was there), leaning toward mostly german styles - the food was decent, and the bread they bake in-house was tasty - I only had one beer this visit, as I will be back here later in the week - a kolsch that was really tasty - I’m looking forward to trying more of their beer - a really nice place.
Located in an old train station next to a river, this is a nice location. 12 beers on the menu of which 3 were tapped out. Normally a flight of all 12 was $12. Food was above average and service was good. Prices seemed reasonable. Beers were above average. Nice place to visit.
Hmm, a Brew Pub named Titletown with a statue of a Green Bay Packer on the outside - what else in Green Bay known for? Cool inside. Great service and decent food. The sampler included 8 beers (with a root beer).
Nice place; typical pub food leans towards the heavy (burgers and brats) which is done very well; beers I’ve had haven’t exactly been outstanding but they’re certainly competent, and the ambiance of the old train station is among the nicest I’ve seen in these old converted buildings.
Kind of a cool place. Rustic and kind of old. Can’t miss the huge Packer football player out front. Located in an old train station on a still functioning rail line. As such, nice to see trains go by every once in awhile. Reminds me a lot of Flossmoor Station in IL, with the major difference being the quality of the beer. That’s where Titletown falls short. The beer is about average. My first foray into Titletown’s beers was in 2002 with the Old Fort Howard Pale Ale at the Oshkosh Brews and Blues. I loved that beer. None of the current offerings quite measure up.
Old train station located near the water in downtown GB. Lots of interesting posters line the wall and the place had a nice feel to it. Our waitress was ultra friendly and while she didn’t know much about the beer, she did go back and ask questions about it. The food was decent but not great. The beer probably falls into the same category too, though much better than Legends and they had 11 types on tap here.
Big brewpub located in an old railroad station almost directly across the street from Hinterland Brewing. They had nine of their own beers on tap, but several of them were very similar to each other. The beer was better on the other side of the street, but Titletown was much more casual than Hinterland. The service was fine and the food was typical pub fare without anything that looked too outstanding.