Rene visits the Titletown Brewing Co.

Posted by Rene Schweitzer
on Thursday, August 17, 2017

Note: click on any photo to enlarge

More vacation photos ahead! After the visit to the National Railroad Museum, we stopped at Titletown Brewing Company (a mere 3 miles away). Bob Keller had suggested visiting because their beers have won awards, and it's located in the former Chicago & NorthWestern Railroad depot.

We stopped and learned that the brewery is in one building, and the restaurant is across the street in the depot. You can take a tour of the brewery and/or eat at the restaurant. We ate at the restaurant because we wanted to sit in the former depot.

History of the depot and Packers tie-in.

The brewery, which is across the street from the restaurant.

They encourage photos in and around the grounds. They have a giant Packers football statue that was originally at Lambeau Field in front of the restaurant. There's a photo of the depot's history--click on it to read.

This statue was originally at Lambeau Field, but they wanted to re-home it when they did a renovation. Titletown Brewing now displays it in front of the depot.

In front near the former trackside.

Most of the front.

The entire depot.

Artwork on the building.

Having a cold one!

Of note at the restaurant is they serve only their beers. I chose a Ron Wolf Draught and was not disappointed--$6 for a big 16 ounce serving. For those who prefer non-alcoholic drinks, they make and serve Sno-Cap root beer, using a decades-old recipe. Jim had a root beer and said it was delicious. My beer was very good also, rich in flavor. We even saw a train go through while we were eating!

Check out the photos. It was a neat stop with a railroad tie-in!

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