Very cool brewery with a good selection of drinkable beers. If you get there and they happen to have their Loose Caboose, order it! It’s a hybrid Belgian IPA with Citra hops and could be an award winner. They also have some single hop beers that are tasty. Food is good but not amazing.
jbuzz (43) Milwaukee, Wisconsin | September 23, 2009
The place itself isnt much building wise. But if you are into train stuff as i am you’ll find it a blast.
The food is great as is the service !! And the brews are good as well. I’ll be back for more next time i am in Green Bay.
I used to visit Titletown usually twice a week when i lived in Green Bay. Awesome beers from Dave the brewer. Service is great, food is great and prices are very reasonable. The atmosphere is fun, with so many mug club members, it’s always exciting to be there. The owners are great guys and go out of their way to make sure everyone is satisfied. IF you are visiting Green Bay, check out Titletown right after Lambeau Field.
gws57 (92) Saint Charles, Illinois | March 3, 2009
Visited for dinner on a Saturday in Feburary as part of WinTour 3. Quite possibly the perfect brewpub concept: trains, sports, and beer. I wish the menu was more extensive and less pubby, but the service was friendly and helpful, and the place was just a joy to wander around in. I will be back on my journeys to and from Crivitz and Door County, for sure.
A great brewpub with a great name, in a great NFL city! The food is excellent as well as the nice selection of microbrews. I recently had the walleye and a Dark Helmet. An excellent combination. Stop in if you’re in Titletown!
Very cool location in an old train station, reminiscent of Flossmoor in the Chicago area.
MId-week lunch hour was bumrushed, a big group had come in earlier, but our friends valiantly held a booth near the bar for us. Lots of cool framed historical memorabilia, train and football related mostly, with some local history as well.
Service was quick despite the unexpected crowd, and didn’t feel rushed. They had over a dozen beers on tap, and I took it upon myself to sample them all. Highlights were Green 19, Schwarz, Alt, and Berliner. Over the years i’ve tried a few of their beers at festivals and at the Old Fashioned in Madison, a fine institution dedicated to Wisconsin beer.
Food wise, the Noble Pig was an excellent choice, basically a pork overdose on a pretzel bun. The flatbread I tried was a nice lighter option as well. Thanks to Bison for lunch!
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.
This is a great place. The ambiance is excellent. I love the fact that they re-purposed an old train station into the brewpub. It is (obviously) themed with old railroad memorabilia. The menu is typical pub fare, but with some improvement twists. Didn’t have any appetizers, but the selection looked good. I had a bratwurst Reuben on a pretzel roll. It was an excellent sandwich. My buddy had a bison burger which he reported as excellent also. Prices were decent, service was good, and the beer selection was good also. Definitely a worthwhile stop if in the area.