After visiting Copper State Brewing Co., we headed over to Titletown Brewing Company in Green Bay, Wi., to continue celebrating Kimbo’s birthday.
Titletown Brewing Company – The Tap House
Note: We confused their restaurant for their tap house on Google, but don’t worry if you do the same. Both are great and a mere parking lot separates the two. The tap house drew us in because they have a rooftop deck and a huge open area with games like corn hole.
Check their hours, too… here’s a link to Titletown’s website. We eventually learned our only option for trying out their beers was at the restaurant because the tap house wasn’t open until later #daydrinking. We still took a moment to walk through the tap house because we found ourselves there first and the door was propped open #rebels.
Titletown Brewing Company – The Restaurant
When we ultimately made it to the restaurant, which was historically an old rail house, we went down to their lower-level, outdoor patio and bar. It was a gorgeous day and the patio overlooked the train tracks, so we ordered our beers, watched a train pass by and gazed in awe at the huge Bloody Mary’s and plates of mac and cheese that walked by, destined for one of the dining tables.
We’re not exactly sure what the situation is like in the colder months. The patio is covered, so some heat lamps would be smart in the fall to keep the open air patio open, but you’ll have to let us know in the comments if you stop by in the fall/winter.
More about Titletown Brewing Company
From what I gathered, they’re one of the O.G. Green Bay breweries, so you should definitely check it out if you ever find yourself there.
Our favorite beers were their Johnny Blood Red (this one’s a staple in my parents’ beer fridge), Green 19 IPA and “400” Honey Ale.