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!

To leave a comment you must be a member of our community.
Login to your account now, or register for an account to start participating.
No one has commented yet.

Join our Community!

Our community is FREE to join. To participate you must either login or register for an account.

Search the Community


Get the Classic Toy Trains newsletter delivered to your inbox twice a month