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Titletown Brewing Company

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3.78/5
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255 Ratings
Place Score: 91
Ratings: 54
Reviews: 31
rAvg: 4.06
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200 Dousman Streeet
Green Bay, Wisconsin, 54303
United States
phone: (920) 437-2337

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Reviews by beerwolf77:
Photo of beerwolf77
4/5  rDev -1.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Well of all the place we visited in the Green Bay area this one was the hands down winner.

The atmosphere of the old train station gives it a great vibe. Two levels of dining and drinking. We went upstairs only to find it was packed so we ended up hanging out at the first floor bar. Music was low TV's were showing sports and the crowd was young and energetic. My kind of brewpub.

We perused the substantial beer list and ordered a round. We were hungry so we ordered food as well. The beers were very well crafted. The food was really good too. We ordered the giant pretzel and damn was it giant.

Next time we are in Green Bay we will stopping back here for sure.

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Photo of thebigredone
3.56/5  rDev -12.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3.75 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3

Went to Titletown with my wife and daughter to have a few brews with dinner.

I was a bit disappointed right out of the gate, as they had apparently run out of the "Featured" beer on their website a week before we got there. Seriously? On top of that, they were out of three of their other regular beers. Not the best start.

The waitress was super nice, no complaints there. The food was very mediocre.

The beer ranged widely in quality. Their hoppy offerings were all decent to good, while the red ale I had was very poor.

IMO, the coolest part of Titletown is the second floor bar. Playing shuffleboard while sipping a few brews is a great way to kill some time, and the only reason I would consider heading back to Titletown in the future.

Photo of philerman
4.44/5  rDev +9.4%
vibe: 4.75 | quality: 3.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.75 | food: 4.75

Went for lunch on a Saturday afternoon after being told it was the better choice over Hinterland (across the street) to take the kids.. Facility is very nice looking, in an old railroad depot with a statue of Donald Driver out front. All of the tanks and brewing equipment are set apart from the pub (or offsite??) so there's not a total brewpub feel.

Service was outstanding and when I grimaced that 44 oz of beer (samples of all 11 beers on tap--normally $12) my server offered to give me half sizes at half the price. The beercheese fondue was outstanding and the chilli was decent.

My main criticism is the quantity of beer. Having 11 beers available definitely seemed to lead a to a lack of quality control. Of the 11, the best choices were an IPA (Green 19), a red ale (Johnny Blood) and chinook hop pale ale (Winook).

Also, check out the Sno-Cap root beer. Some of the best I've ever had.

Overall, this is a great place to check out in Green Bay.

Photo of SkinnyElvis
4/5  rDev -1.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Was in Green Bay for the Eagles game. Titletown was about a 10 minute walk from the hotel which came in handy. Place was smallish but I liked the vibe. Staff was Green Bay friendly (which is weird if you are used to anyplace else in the US!). Good bar food. Good range of beer choices. Growlers were very inexpensive so we refilled multiple times during our trip. I liked IPA and Alt. Not a lot of choices in Green Bay but this place is recommended.

Cheers.

Photo of elNopalero
4.2/5  rDev +3.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.75 | selection: 4.25 | food: 3.5

Passing through Green Bay and felt a craving for cheese curds led my party here. I had nothing to do with it, honestly—although I was happy for the visit.

Titletown is located in an old train depot, and the walls are lined with memorabilia from the city’s well known sports team. It’s pretty cool, honestly, seeing how they utilized the space and the various artifacts.

We ordered the taster flight of everything they had on tap, which was a great way to get acquainted with their selections, along with some appetizers. The food was standard pub fare, nothing stood out one way or another as amazing or horrible.

We had the friendliest server, hands down. She was attentive and welcoming and not once did I feel like we had to wait for a refill or anything. For what it’s worth it seems like this is the best spot for beer in Green Bay.

Photo of emerge077
4.25/5  rDev +4.7%
vibe: 4.25 | quality: 4.25 | service: 4.25 | selection: 4.25 | food: 4.25

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!

Photo of Redrover
3.95/5  rDev -2.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

I was able to stop by during my latest visit to Green Bay. It was right down the street from the Hyatt, so that was handy.

It is a great old railroad depot that has been transformed into a lively brewpub. It is two levels and lots of space, so you should have no trouble finding a spot. I sat at the upstairs bar, close to the massive original fire place. They have the place decorated with a mix of old Railroad and beer stuff.

Service was prompt and was able to tell us the cask and food specials. They seemed to know the beer menu which is always appreciated. They have 10 or so beers plus two on cask. I had literally the last of the cask one hop ale, it was still fresh and served at a nice clear temp. The rest of the beers were also good representatives of the styles.

The food menu had a pretty wide array of choices. I was happy with my beer cheese soup (served only on Tuesdays), my flat bread entre was pretty standard, not bad but not great.

They were pretty crowded for a Tuesday night, which tells me they are doing something right. This is well worth a stop when visiting Green Bay.

Photo of Boto
4.18/5  rDev +3%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

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.

Photo of Ssmith999
3.63/5  rDev -10.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3 | food: 3

Sweet place. I posted up in Green Bay for a week of work and got to hang out for the weekend. Hit this place on a Friday night. It was packed as I got there about 7PM- prime dinner crowd time. Lots of parties, it is apparent this place stays busy.

Nevertheless, I kind of hung out behind those seated at the bar and surveyed the scene and beer menu (and tried a bite of some guys pizza when he wasn't looking;). I didn't stand around long before a staff member approached me and asked if I had questions. We talked about the styles I like (HOPS!) and immediately had some suggestions. He also went out of his way to get the tender to grab me a couple samples.

I ended up having a few of their "Rackers Botanic Ale". Damn delicious wet hopped glory (they had just tapped it an hour before I arrived). Apparently a group effort of several local hop growers. I liked their pale, but the Rackers was just too good to not stick with.

Had a Thai chicken pizza, which was tasty, but not great. It certainly did the trick and the other entrees and snacks I observed looked great.

The place is an old train station, which is awesome. I tried to get some history from the tender, but he really didn't divulge much, or was not solid on the facts. An active cargo train track still runs right outside the back door, lending a pretty unique feel to the overall atmosphere.

Great place, I'll definitely go back and worth the trip to Green Bay on it's own merits.

Photo of crossovert
4.4/5  rDev +8.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

So far this is my favorite place in Green Bay. They have 12 taps and a sampler that includes all 12 including the 2 guest taps. If you really wanted to you could get root beer on tap too.

The bartenders were attentive on a super busy night because it was Friday night and there was some huge festival going on in the parking lot along the river. Got a growler of the hopasaurux rex to go and it was only 10$, what a steal for a great Zombie dust alternative.

The burger was cooked perfectly rare and the toppings on it were delicious.

Nice place.

Photo of semipimpedauto
4.83/5  rDev +19%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 5

Old train station atmosphere with obvious Packer pride everywhere. Great brewpub feel with a selection that you don't come across everyday. Contrary to most brewpubs, this place keeps the selection up! 10-14 different beers, all brewed in house in a very modest setup. Two beer engines usually house a small batch experimental version of one of their existing mainstay beers. I've had Hopasaurus on 3-4 different types of hops, belgians on orange peel, stouts on coconut... the list goes on. Food has really gone up from an already agreeable "good" status. Turkey cranberry melt on zucchini bread is to die for. Pretzels the size of a medium pizza and some of the most under rated wings in town. Ribs that will keep you coming back and a consistent wait staff are some of the things that have made my wife and I lifelong fans. A must visit if you're in town for a game (also a bus runs straight from the brewery to lambeau if you want to pregame something better than miller light).

Photo of mattfungus
4.58/5  rDev +12.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

My favorite place in Green Bay. Muenster has 3 Floyds. We have Titletown.

The grow their own hops and have a brewstore just blocks away.

Their Hopsaurus Rex and Canadeo Gold are my goto beers.

Their beer cheese soup and barley bread is out of this world.

Their Green Bay burger is perfect but watch out for fancier burgers. I ordered the bison burger and got a piece of meat on a slice of bread. It was an open faced burger, something that just doesn't register in my mind. When i order a burger its sandwiched between two pieces of bread, not one.

I also enjoy their wonderful rootbeer which is based on the owners mother's recipe from the 50s.

Great place for a friday night fish fry or to watch a packer game or to look out at the Fox River.

Get your picture taken by the river and walk over to the Broadway shopping district, Neville Museum or to just get a view of the river by the Bridge.

Oh yeah, sweet potato fries are great. If i wasn't such a lightweight I would do the mug club too. And the local homebrew club meets their.

There is also monthly events like October Fest and FeBREWary.

Weee!

Photo of MilwaukeeCrusher
4/5  rDev -1.5%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

If I can recall correctly, I had some of Titletown's beers at a tasting and while the beers were ok, I wasn't impressed. Fast forward to today, I finally took the time to visit the brewpub. I had a sampler and the beers were solid, but I thought the Helmet beer was good, but the Bridge Out Stout was excellent. The latter had great mouth feel, exemplary head retention, and dark as night. Perhaps the best beer for the style I've had in the state.

I had a spicy Chicken Breast Type Sandwich, which was agreeable, although the potatoes that came with it were only ok. Perhaps I should have took the sweet potato fries, as my friend who was with me thought they were great.

The aesthetics of the place had appeal, an old historical building near a railroad which reminded me of my visit to Flossmoor Station.... only here is the significance of it being on the shores of the river Marquette and Joliet explored so many years ago. The place had a good neighborhood vibe, without being snooty. It also was not overly Packer themed which may appeal to non-locals. I enjoyed my visit to Titletown, and will likely be back again.

Photo of MarcatGSB
3.7/5  rDev -8.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

Stopped in with some buddies a few weeks ago after realizing the Hinterland brewpub was a little out of our price range.

The brewery is right in the Fox River, in an old train station. Really cool location and setting for a brewery. I started off with their bourbon barrel barleywine, and was very impressed. I thought it had great malt character as well as good vanilla and bourbon notes.

After that I moved onto their cask pour of a red ale. Very disappointed. I was really looking forward to it after the barleywine but I feel like it lacked the body to support the lack of carbonation.

The food was decent enough, but nothing special.

Photo of KTCamm
4.28/5  rDev +5.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Stopped off in Green Bay on the drive from Milwaukee to Door County. Good selection of brews on tap - the sampler provided 6 basic beers, plus a choice of 3 out of five rotated beers. Also got a root beer sample, which was quite tasty.

The beers themselves were quite good. Full of flavor and very drinkable.

Food was very good as well. A pretty robust menu with lots of choices. We started with the cheddar ale soup, which was excellent. Lots of sandwich options, including standards like burger, chicken and more interesting choices like elk and bison.

The service was efficient and friendly. Didn't really test the beer knowledge having gotten the sampler.

Prices very reasonable. Good lunchtime atmosphere. Recommended if your in the GB area.

Photo of kbaker91
4.05/5  rDev -0.2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Titletown Brewing, as noted in other reviews, is located on the banks of the Fox River off Broadway in an old railway station. Much of the decor in the place focuses on two themes: old railway & old Packer memorabilia, which is to be expected since it is an old railway station in Green Bay, WI.

The place has two levels, the lower level appears to be more of a restaurant with a bar; while the upstairs seems to be more of a tavern with a billiards room in back. Both nicely done. Expect a crowd on the weekends. The brewer's tanks are visible thru a window off the side of the bar.

The beers themselves, as far as I have had, are all well made. I enjoy the Hopasaurus Rex IPA, and the Kolsch is not bad either. I have had a Saison in the past that was very good. My most recent trip this weekend, they featured a DIPA called Hop Monster that I would rank up there with other tasty Midwestern DIPAs like Hopslam and 16 Grit. Top notch, I had to grab a growler of it for the road. I didn't get a chance to ask if Hop Monster was a seasonal or a new year-round offering.

Have never eaten anything more than appetizers here, but they were tasty. Viewing the dinner crowds this place generates indicate to me the quality of their menu. Service is friendly, although many servers are beer novices.

Overall, if you find yourself in Green Bay, do yourself a favor and check this place out.

Photo of BeerBelcher
3.58/5  rDev -11.8%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | food: 2

I thought I'd been to Green Bay before because I'd been to Packers games, but didn't realize until this trip that I'd never been to downtown Green Bay. I stayed downtown this trip, which was a short walk across the river from Titletown, which is also conveniently located across the street from Hinterland's brewpub (whose Milwaukee location I had already patronized). Titletown is in a bit of a run-down old train-station. While a lot of brewpubs have gone very upscale (some would say too much so - the Milwaukee Hinterland would be a good example), this place is closer to a dive masquerading as something more sophisticated.

I had the beer on cask, Johnny Blood Red, which was lousy. But then I had another beer at the suggestion of one of the other bar-flies (prexy of the local homebrew club) called Hop Monster which was delicious. I ate here as well - I was tired of burgers and went for the pasta carbonara, which was not very good. The kid behind the bar was friendly and very eager to talk about beer. The place really cleared out by 10pm on a Thursday night, but had a pretty young clientele. Not a bad place; I was comfortable here, the beer was good, food lousy, and service competent. I'd recommend.

Photo of Realale
4.38/5  rDev +7.9%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

Classic brewpub here. The beautifully renovated old train depot provides lots of nooks and crannies to drink and dine in, while the main bar was abuzz with a very convivial atmosphere. The main floor is completely smoke-free, and I did not venture to the upper level (where the cask ale is - my waiter was happy to tote down a pint).

I was able to sample two beers from the 8 or so that were on - cask Blood Red and a draft Pullman Porter which had just gone on tap the day of my visit. Both were well above average. The Red had real character, and completely avoided the cloying nature of so many reds, and the Porter was solid, beautiful and a great accompaniment to my dinner.

Our waiter was very enthusiastic about beer, and engaged in well-informed discussions about what they were up to at Titletown. He also brought us some of the best food I've ever had in a brewpub. My Burgundy-Peppercorn steak was an excellent preparation of a nice cut of meat. The accompanying mashed potatoes had real character, and the even the green beans were fresh, and not at all overcooked. The beer bread that accompanied was outstanding, and apparently is baked each day by the brewpub's in-house baker (!) along with the desserts. The rest of the fam's food got similar raves.

Great atmosphere, great beer, great food. Highly recommended.

Photo of Chugmonkey
4/5  rDev -1.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Titletown is well known for their great brews and good food. Recently went smoke free and it was huge for business - Long waits on Friday & Saturday evenings. Brewmaster gave myself & another homebrewer an awesome brewery tour & was happy to talk beer for couple hours.

There are half dozen regular beers in rotation and half dozen special/seasonal varieties available at all times. If there isn't a beer you find interesting, you got real beer issues. The Bridge Out Stout is always right on and hard to leave w/o enjoying the creamy goodness of one of them. I dig the Hopasauraus Rex. Pizza is good and the buffalo burger is great. Pretty good fish also, & homemade bread served w/ certain entrees.

Great freshly brewed beers, upbeat menu, historic building in heart of downtown right on the Fox river - C'mon what more do you want?

Photo of ahalloin
4.5/5  rDev +10.8%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

Excellent place to visit if you are ever in the Green Bay area and want to check out the local brewery scene or have a great bite to eat in an historic building. Titletown is housed in an old train depot that retains the character of small town Green Bay. The wait staff is always friendly and attentive. The food is very good and the beers have gotten much better since the new brewmaster took over. Unlike many chain brew pubs, this brewmaster constantly tweeks his recipes to great avail.

Recently, I had the Bridge Out Stout which was fantastic. The Batch 800 Belgian Ale was also incredibly good.

I stop by this place every time I am in town now.

Photo of botham
3.7/5  rDev -8.9%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

had dinner here with the parents. the selection here is suprisingly good. a wide range of types, so sampling a few was a must. overall the brews lacked a distinct character to call their own, but all were pretty good. the only complaint about the brews was that they were out of their dopplebock.

the food was excellent. had the salmon, and it was delicious. the waitstaff was great. atmosphere was true to an old train station, with trains passing by on the east side of the building (would be great to have a diner car permanently stationed as part of the seating).

a worthwhile stop for anyone on the Green Bay area.

cheers!

Photo of nflmvp
3.93/5  rDev -3.2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

I had the chance to duck into Titletown with thefatkid13 and flyingbison. It was a good time all the way around.

The atomshpere is nice. It seems they've taken great measures to keep the authentic feel of the old train station. The high ceilings, brick work and wood trim all lend a warm open and airy feel.

I had the Bridge Out Stout and a ruben sandwich and I was very pleased with both. The menu seems well varied and prices are about right.

The bartender was friendly and attentive.

Definitely worth a stop if you're in the area.

Photo of objectivemonkey
3.8/5  rDev -6.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

Its in an old train station. How cool is that?!?! When I stepped inside, was just slightly let down, having just come from Hinterland across the street. Its nice, for sure, just not as well put together, and just slightly having a sports bar/Applebees like atmosphere. But, I can't knock it too much, it was a cool place. The brewing equipment is housed behind the bar, very visable, with sign on the glass wall saying how much the brewing equipment handles, plus a 'barrel-o-meter', currently at a lot. 10 years anniversary, looks like, good for them.

It was about 3 minutes of me looking around and at the menu/merchandise that I was greeted, so that was lame, but they were friendly enough, and it was pretty busy. Waiter arrived after a while, didn't seem to know much about the beer. The Red was pretty unimpressive, quite frankly, but I had a pretty solid IPA later, that made up for the red.

For food I had a place of Jumbalaya. In wisconsin? Sure, why not, and its been forever since I'd had it, so what the hell. It came nicely plated, some green spice sprinkled around the wide rim, beans and andouli (sp) around the edge of the large flat bowl, with a split and grilled sausage sitting atop rice in the middle. The beans and sauce were pretty tasteless until I cut up all the sausage and mixed it all together with the rice, and then it got really pretty yummy. Not the best jumbalaya I've ever had, but it filled my craving for spicy food.

Service overall was pretty decent, but I must say, we were discussing the Jumbalaya, and I said something like 'I just can't decide which beer to get and with what dish." Now, I'd been talking and asking about the beer the whole time, and what he says is "ya, beer doesn't really pair well with a lot." A little part of me cried for just a second for this kid.

Anyway, all in all, it was a pretty good place, dinner and two beers for $21.05 pre tip. If you find yourself in town, go to Hinterland if you have a few bucks to spend, if not, this place is plenty fine.

Photo of DaPeculierDane
3.68/5  rDev -9.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

Titletown seems to be in a near constant state of transition beer wise so take all selection and quality reviews with a grain of salt. Hopefully the new brewer will last for a while because he seems to be doing a fine job based on what I have tried thus far.

Selection: Currently Titletown offers 8-10 beers on tap and one guest brew (Luna Stout from Hinterland, which is just across the street). I’ve tasted their Red (under hopped and dull in comparison to past versions or so I am told), their Oktoberfest (light but drinkable), a solid to impressive IPA, and a disappointing Alt Bier (also dumbed down from previous recipes). Quality varies from slightly below average to nearly excellent. The consistent supply of Luna from across the street is a nice bonus as it has become my single favorite regional beer and is much more affordable at Titletown than it is at its house of origin.

Staff is friendly enough but doesn’t strike me as particularly knowledgeable or helpful about beer in any way.

Food is average pub fare. Nothing in particular stands out for me yet.

Prices are reasonable.

Atmosphere is quite good, though busy and loud. The brewery is housed in an old railroad station that has been well maintained and decorated. Lots of character.

Photo of PuckLSHS
3.48/5  rDev -14.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

Titletown is located in a converted train station right in Downtown Green Bay. It is located just across the street from Hinterland and definitely is the place for local fans of beer to go.

My friend and I took a trip here after heading to Hinterland for Happy Hour. If we were smart, we would have head here first because the beer was just a tad bit better. Plus, the food was a LOT less expensive and more satisfying. There's really nothing like good bar food.

I got the taster set and enjoyed the seasonal selections and their Johnny Red. We also got a plate of nachos to split. Nachos and beer...what could be better?

The environment is nice. Lots of local people and mostly men at the bar. The service was good, but not amazing. The locals got a bit better treatment because they are regulars, but it was nothing special for the visitor.

Since I am a Green Bay stockholder I hope one day to be back there to visit the homeland. If I get back, you can be sure I will stop at Titletown.

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Titletown Brewing Company in Green Bay, WI
91 out of 100 based on 54 ratings.