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Titletown Brewing Company
Active Beers: 37
Beer Ratings: 161
Beer Avg: 3.95
Taps: - / Bottles: -
Cask: / Beer-to-Go: N
$$ - reasonable
[ Brewery, Bar, Eatery ]
200 Dousman Streeet
phone: (920) 437-2337
(Place added by: Bighuge)
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Reviews by kbaker91:
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4 | $$
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.
05-13-2009 20:45:44 |
More by kbaker91
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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.
11-23-2013 22:01:29 |
More by SkinnyElvis
11-20-2013 03:06:00 |
More by briiguy
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.
11-07-2013 22:38:15 |
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10-30-2013 00:26:39 |
More by TheRealPour
vibe: 4.25 | quality: 4.25 | service: 4.25 | selection: 4.25 | food: 4.25 | $$
Very cool location in an old train station, reminiscent of Flossmoor in the Chicago area.
MId-week lunch hour was bumrushed, a big group had come in earlier, but our friends valiantly held a booth near the bar for us. Lots of cool framed historical memorabilia, train and football related mostly, with some local history as well.
Service was quick despite the unexpected crowd, and didn't feel rushed. They had over a dozen beers on tap, and I took it upon myself to sample them all. Highlights were Green 19, Schwarz, Alt, and Berliner. Over the years i've tried a few of their beers at festivals and at the Old Fashioned in Madison, a fine institution dedicated to Wisconsin beer.
Food wise, the Noble Pig was an excellent choice, basically a pork overdose on a pretzel bun. The flatbread I tried was a nice lighter option as well. Thanks to Bison for lunch!
07-26-2013 05:13:28 |
More by emerge077
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5 | $$
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.
12-05-2012 03:15:55 |
More by Redrover
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4 | $$
This is a great place. The ambiance is excellent. I love the fact that they re-purposed an old train station into the brewpub. It is (obviously) themed with old railroad memorabilia. The menu is typical pub fare, but with some improvement twists. Didn’t have any appetizers, but the selection looked good. I had a bratwurst Reuben on a pretzel roll. It was an excellent sandwich. My buddy had a bison burger which he reported as excellent also. Prices were decent, service was good, and the beer selection was good also. Definitely a worthwhile stop if in the area.
11-11-2012 20:11:31 |
More by Boto
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3 | food: 3 | $$
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.
10-06-2012 18:49:53 |
More by Ssmith999
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.
08-28-2012 17:17:08 |
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