Due to the unique structure of our building, Titletown Brewing Company has a variety of spaces, both inside and outside, to fit the specific needs for your function. Formal or informal, large or small, business or private; you are limited only by your imagination. Our experienced staff has arranged rehearsal dinners, wedding receptions, business meetings, reunions, bridal showers and cocktail parties. Space options include:
Located on the main floor of the brewery, this private dining area is perfect for small, intimate dining settings. It is handicap accessible and one or both of the doors may be closed to add privacy. This room comfortably seats 30 guests for a full service, sit down dinner or luncheon. This is the only wall-to-wall carpeted room in the building. It has high ceilings and adjustable lighting for atmosphere. On the walls are antique maps of America’s early railway systems. For a smaller, more formal event the Frost Room is ideal.
Located on the second floor of the brewery, this private dining area is flexible enough to seat 70 guests for a sit down dinner or comfortably accommodate just over 100 guests for a cocktail party. The area is home to two billiard tables, darts and shuffleboard. The billiard tables and shuffleboard table can be covered to provide an ideal working space for the food, gifts or perhaps a cake. From the Back Beer Cellar, your guests will enjoy a view of the Fox River and Green Bay’s skyline. Music from your favorite CD’s will be the perfect accompaniment for your guests who want to dance. The accordion door can be closed to add privacy to this area. For larger dinner parties or more social gatherings, the Back Beer Cellar is ideal.
The Charles S. Frost Room
The Back Beer Cellar
To reserve your special event, please call us at 920-437-BEER (437-2337) and ask for Kate or Jill. You can email them at firstname.lastname@example.org . You can access our events package which includes party menus, available beverage services and more about our unique building and services by clicking here: