Dave Oldenburg, BrewmasterDave Oldenburg, Brewmaster

Titletown Brewing Company has revived the tradition of handcrafting quality beers. One taste takes you back to an era when Green Bay had five breweries serving fresh beer to the local community. Titletown Brewing Company is proud to have renewed the tradition of local craft brewing.

Titletown Beers

  • Toasty malt and plenty of local wildflower honey make this golden blonde ale one of our most popular beers. Named after the famous “400” Chicago and Northwestern passenger train.

  • This American-style pale ale features the French hop Aramis, whose initial fruity nose leads into a crisp, pine-like flavor and a refreshing snap of bitterness in the finish.  Aramis is a new varietal grown in Alsace, a region known mainly for its white wines.

  • Golden, malty, and clean, this kölsch could be mistaken for American lager but for its subtle fruity aroma and spicy hop flavor. Named for Packers great Tony Canadeo.

  • This German-style amber ale, brewed in the Northern German altbier tradition, balances lightly toasted Bavarian malt with the clean bitter bite and, mild spicy character of traditional hops from Germany's Spalt region.

  • This German-style black lager has a rich aroma of coffee, chocolate, caramel, and toasted malt, medium-full body, and a roasty yet smooth finish.

    Bronze medalist in the Great American Beer Festival.

  • Light-bodied and drinkable, this hazy straw-gold hefeweizen exhibits the distinctive fruit and spice flavor of special Bavarian yeast. As is Bavarian tradition, we serve this beer "mit hefe" ("with yeast") to enhance its distinctive flavor.

  • This hop-forward ale showcases a complex blend of citrus-like American hop varieties, their bitterness well-balanced by complex malt for exceptional drinkability.

  • Rich caramel malts and a touch of roasted barley create the distinctive flavor of this Irish Red Ale, the namesake of Packers great Johnny “Blood” McNally.

  • This hoppy golden ale combines the American and English pale ale styles.  Created in memory of homebrewer Randy Ness, it contains many of his favorite ingredients: fresh, fruity Belma hops, rich, nutty Maris Otter barley, characterful English ale yeast, and a touch of honey.

  • We brewed this Munich-style Helles (golden lager) from premium Bavarian malt and clean-fermenting German lager yeast, creating a quaffable, malty, flavorful beer perfect for Summer.  In Germany and Austria, a Stammtisch (literally "regulars table") is a table in a pub reserved only for VIPs.