Cool atmosphere in an old converted rail depot that captures a nice nostalgic feel. Large open bar area on the first floor with a huge chalkboard displaying the tap selection. Very good variety as 14 different beers were available. The 2nd floor has more of a sports bar feel as there are pool tables and dart boards scattered about. I didn’t try any of the food but the menu showed a good variety of pub fare at reasonable prices. Bartender wasn’t very talkative but he was prompt when I was ready for another pint. The beers I had that night weren’t spectacular but they were solid and very drinkable. Neither the menu or board showed the ABV of their brews. Kind of neat that they rotate a ’real ale’ served out of a cask. It happened to be a dry-hopped IPA on this occassion. Definitely worth checking out.
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.
Food was not good and beer was average. The environment was great. We went on a Friday night and there was Karoke. The beer was okay. They had a couple that were really good but the rest were nothing special at all. Everyone I went with was not impressed with their food. Fun place to go and have some beer but go somewhere else for dinner.
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.
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.
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.
The selection of food is awesome. They have their monthly burgers and other specials. Service is great and everyone is nice. If you go there a lot the owner will sometimes give you free beers and he makes himself available always. Beers are about average I think there is a standard form of malt they use that gives all the beers a similar character. A great place to eat and slam a few down with friends.
I thought the location in the old train station was really cool! The food was decent brewpub fare with plenty of options. The beers as a whole were slightly below average, but nothing was undrinkable. Service was very good, and the were open to questions about the beer. This is a good stop in Green Bay.
With 2 "brewpubs" in Appleton, I’d prefer to travel to Green Bay for Titletown (or Hinterland).
Located in a great old depot building and nicely remodeled for it’s current use, keeping with the authenticity of it’s past.
Service was pretty good. The beer selection was average and the quality was Good. Food was tasty. I had a nice Rueben the last time I was there.
Fine for a once and a while meal, of course, it’s also one of only two choices in Green Bay for anyone seeking a brewpub.
Bottom line....this place is definitely worth a visit.
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.