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Brew Pub Details

Production: 1100 bbl/year
Brewmaster: Adam Roberts
Tours: None
Restaurant: Yes
Smoking: Yes
Games: Billiards

Titletown Brewing Company

200 Dousman Street
Greenbay, Wisconsin  54303
920) 437-2337
info@titletownbrewing.com

Reviewed by: dfunk
Sunday, March 11th, 2001

The Arrival

I was totally unprepared for this review. I was in Green Bay visiting a friend, and she suggested going out for a Bloody Mary. I agreed, and as we talked, we ended up at Titletown, on old, refurbished 1899 Railroad Depot that had reopened as a brewpub just a couple of years ago. I sat at the bar and I lost my companion. She ran into some friends, and that actually set the tone for the day. Everyone was so friendly.

The Beer

RAILYARD ALE - Two words: RAILYARD ALE. This is the first beer in a long time that I wanted to take home with me. It was a perfect German Ale. Light enough for the macrobrew drinker, but serious and well-crafted enough for the seasoned beer connoisseur. Titletown, please bottle this one, so I can drink it often.
Reviewer's Rating: n/a

400 Honey Ale - Very smooth, with not too much honey. There's nothing worse than a honey that Adam Roberts, the Brewmaster, considers this their flagship beer. We were too early in the season for their Bock; the seasonal does any more than hint at its flavor. The 400 is the better brewpub version of a Leine's Honey Weiss. I believe offering was Art Schmidt's Pilsner. Very golden, smooth. This Czech-style pilsner is a good attempt to compete for the business of Bud and MGD drinkers.
Reviewer's Rating: n/a

Johnny - Not too sweet with a hollow aftertaste.
Reviewer's Rating: n/a

Piper Down Scottish Ale - Nondescript.
Reviewer's Rating: n/a

Fort Howard Pale Ale - Very hoppy; I loved it. An excellent beer. Almost as good as the Railyard.
Reviewer's Rating: n/a

Bridge Out Stout - Verylight. I hate to always compare to Guinness, but it was like a Guinness Lite. These would be the three that essentially did not stand out as the others did.
Reviewer's Rating: n/a

Discussion with Adam Roberts

am Roberts informed me that he essential sticks to the style guidelines when brewing. All the beers are unfiltered, and he mostly deals with ales and a few lagers. They are on tap at 12 local restaurants and bars, but do not bottle. Too bad. As I said, I missed the bock, and Adam said they also do seasonals of maibock and Oktoberfest.

The Atmosphere

I got to meet the General Manager and Associate Manager, Erik Losby and Matt Willis, respectively. They were very helpful and enthusiastic. Titletown is exactly what I'm looking for in a brewpub. I had a few regulars and other patrons come talk to me, which was nice. My friend and I ordered artichoke dip with veggies in a beer-bread bowl and calamari. The food was very good; my companion ate most of it while she checked out Jason, our bartender. There is also an upstairs lounge and second bar. The crowd was younger, but pool was available.

Afterthoughts

Railyard Ale and Fort Howard Pale Ale. Two of the best I've had so far. In fact, I had a pint of each after the tasting. Go there. Perfect setting, quality beer. I might just have to make another trip to Green Bay. As always, if you work at this brewpub or go there frequently or just want to comment, please contact us.

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