"Saturday midday drinking in GB: suggestions? Titletown, Hinterland, Stillmank, Leatherhead?" never been to Leatherhead. what i've heard of it, could be way off base, is that the owners were the people who said "hey, people are making money on beer... let's open a beer... place!" don't know anyone who has been there so not fair to have an opinion one way or another, i suppose. it's near Badger State and the "stadium district" so maybe worth a pop in if you're over that way. personally i'd just drink Badger State beers. there's a TV on the wall, couple couches, tables, board games and outdoor beer garden that may/may not be open pending weather. Titletown, Hinterland, Hagemeister are all downtown on the river. within walking distance of each other. each serves food of varying levels. Titletown is surprisingly good. reasonably priced. beer is just so-so for my money. cool local experience, i think as it's in an old railroad station that's a part of local history. Hinterland is high-end dining, doesn't open until late afternoon. you can pop in for elk steak and a pint but walk out $50 lighter. better beer than Titletown. Hagemeister is a sort of sports/upscale bar without all the sports shlock but with TV's everywhere. decent menu. lots of beer to choose from. indoor/outdoor with fireplace outside. we like this place in summer but it gets packed on a nice afternoon. Stillmank is off the beaten path. not really near any other Packers or beer related destinations. small place. i've only been there once. of their beers so far i've only really liked Perky Porter. would probably pass on visiting this one in favor of the others. -Saturday dinner and football on TV: suggestions? Any of the aforementioned brewpubs if they have food and a good TV setup. Or 1919 or Ned Kelly's? I'd say the priority here is the TV setup for football, then food (nothing fancy, the fried stuff will suffice), and then the availability of good beer. 1919 is inside Lambeau. we haven't been there since it was Curly's. nice space. food was just ok. overpriced. Saturday dinner & football i'd probably lean Hagemeister. i have young kids so combining those two things on a Saturday evening isn't something we do..... ever. Ned Kelly's is just a bar. not sure on the tv situation but that's also right up the street from Hagemeister. -Saturday late night drinks: totally open here. Guess a good tap-list would be the main thing, but we probably won't be too picky after a long day. depending on where you're staying, assuming close to the stadium or downtown, you've got a few options. Stadium District on Holmgren Way there's Anduzzi's, Stadium View and The Bar. right there you also have Badger State, Leatherheads and Burkel's (bar). usually a pretty popular area the night before and day of a game. downtown - Washington Street has a handful of bars. the highlight, i think, is probably The Libertine. more of a cocktails place but also has good beer. right up the block from Ned Kelly's and Hagemeister. there's a taco place on this street named Vintage that's 2 levels, has decent beer options and good tacos. on that block is Al's Hamburger. recently underwent a chance in ownership but has been a GB institution since the 30s. great burger. used to only be open until 2 PM. now open late in to the night on the weekends. -Sunday pregame: Brett Favre Steakhouse all-you-can-eat/drink tailgate. We did this 8 years ago the last time the Texans were in town, so we want to run it back for posterity/simplicity/location. you're already pretty familiar with the area if you were here 8 years ago. not much changed. Badger State is directly behind Favre's. Anduzzi's across the street from Stadium View has expanded. a new Hilton went up on Lombardi. everything west of the stadium has been bulldozed but not yet replaced... next time you come back it will be Xanadu. -Sunday postgame food/drinks: open for suggestions here, too. One of the taprooms we missed, as long as they have food? Something else? Sunday post-game is pretty slim pickings. this town rolls up the carpets on Sunday. my recommendations would be the same. stick around the stadium, that's where the action will be. there's a structure in the parking lot with tv's, a band, bars, etc. not sure how late that goes post-game. i'd stick around the stadium and party. if you and your crew are gamblers, there's the Oneida Bingo & Casino near the airport. full Vegas style gambling. don't let Bingo confuse you. it's pretty nice. busy. lots of people seem to enjoy it. we also have (alas, only one anymore) a full nude strip club - The Oval Office - on Main Street.