Set in a premiere locale, being right across from Lambeau Field, and a center piece inside the Titletown District, Hinterland Brewery is a welcome sight for any beer loving football fan. Well, at least any pigskin fanatic with craft beer appreciating tastebuds, ones that savor creatively concocted ales, will love this spot.
To some, as I mention the beers contrived and produced inside this place, the brewery being a classy joint,
the alcoholic beverages are simply set prodigiously above their competitors,
and there are plenty of excellent breweries in the Green Bay area.
And with a mix of Northwoods appeal and industrial craftsmanship, the brewing apparatus gleam in plain sight.
Of course, there are plenty of Hinterland brews on tap.
With contrivances such as Door County Cherry Wheat, Packer Land Pilsner, Stovepipe and Bourbon Barrel Imperial Stout, I’m sure you could find a beverage within your palate’s territory.
And with a spacious beer hall, which also serves as a dining area,
menu items that include eentrees, soups, salads, shareables and sandwiches are available.
There is also the High Gravity Test Kitchen, which resides on the second floor. At that spot, which I failed to capture on my phone, new menu ideas await the adventurous foodie.
Of course, even if it doesn’t sound like a good idea now, in a couple of months, lounging on this patio, which sports a phenomenal view of the stadium, would be an absolutely invigorating experience.
I have to mention, if I’m to be fairly responsible, that Hinterland’s prices are fairly steep, at least when you compare costs with other local breweries. But you’re not only paying for fairly unique food and beverages, you’re also paying for location and ambiance.
Even if they play off of Green Bay’s embellished arctic reputation, being that Lambeau Field is notorious for frigid late season games, and the setting might not be genuinely Wisconsin, the feeling one gets is pretty cool. All and all, an occasional visit here is a refreshing and rewarding venture.