We aim to craft high-quality, approachable beer that our community is proud to drink. At Noble Roots Brewing Company, we hold a deep respect for great beer-- both styles perfected over centuries as well as new and innovative brews-- and we strive to continuously improve to meet those lofty standards. An unrelenting sense of curiosity drives us to mine the rich history of brewing, while looking forward into what’s possible. Community is at the center of all we do, and we are fortunate to be inspired, encouraged, and supported by those around us.
Noble Roots Brewing Company--like many contemporary craft breweries--can trace its origin to a kitchen stove and a stockpot. Those first forays into homebrewing in 2009 sparked a passion for crafting beers that moved us from five-gallon batches in the kitchen to a half-barrel system in the garage. “Brew nights” were--and continue to be--a family affair, and our close friends were happy to help us work through the fruits of our labor. The feedback, support, and recognition of those friends and our local brewing community pushed us to take the next step and found the brewery.
Co-founder / Head of Brewing Operations
Alex has been around craft beer since long before he could drink it. He may have enjoyed a few sips in Germany on a 2007 family trip, but it wasn’t until he returned to that country to study in 2013 that he really developed a taste for the stuff. Although Alex’s initial involvement in homebrewing was limited to bottling and capping, after his studies in Germany he devoured everything he could find on the art and science of brewing, and drastically impacted the way the family brewed. Alex also brings valuable skills from his work in logistics and supply chain management to the brewery. As a self-taught brewer, he revels in the recipe design process, which requires an intimate understanding of how ingredients interact to result in a memorable beer.
Co-founder / Head of Finance
A sip of a Belgian dubbel in a Brussels pub marked Jordan’s moment of beer conversion. In retrospect, that trip with the Falish family was a beer journey, and continues to inform Jordan’s vision of what’s possible with well-made beer. A commercial banker by day, Jordan lends his business experience and finance expertise to the brewery in his primary role and through management of the professional service relationships. His discerning taste and expansive knowledge of craft beer contributes to the development and refining of new beers. Jordan and his wife Katie (née Falish), raise their three wonderful sons—Gavin, Brendan, and Asher—in Green Bay, where they were both raised.
Co-founder / Head of Sales & Taproom Operations
Marvin already had two decades of experience in the beer industry under his belt when he started homebrewing on his kitchen stove in 2009. The hobby quickly developed into a passion, and from the beginning he invited friends and family members to swing by for “brew night,” and he continues to emphasize the importance of the community to the brewery. Marvin grew up on Green Bay’s east side, and along with his wife Jeanne, raised four children just a few miles from the brewery and taproom. He brings a wealth of industry experience and sales savvy to his role at Noble Roots Brewing Company.
Our beer is available in the taproom in imperial pint (19oz) and half-pint (10oz) pours. If you're indecisive or curious, you're welcome to order a flight. And if you can't stay long, take some beer home in a 64oz glass growler. You can buy one here, or bring in your own.
Check out our venue page on Untappd for an up-to-date tap list with pricing.
We distribute to a select few bars, pubs, and watering holes in the Green Bay-area. Check out this frequently updated map to find out where you can enjoy our beer!
Noble Roots IPA // American IPA
The stars here are Citra hops, which lend citrus and melon to our clean, smooth, and approachable flagship IPA.
5.7% ABV | 88 IBU | 6 SRM
Mackinac Island Amber // American Amber Ale
Ginger root and orange peel give this perky amber ale enough spice and citrus to lend some island flavor to a taproom session.
5.5% ABV | 33 IBU | 10 SRM
Blonde Belgian* // Belgian Ale
Belgian yeast brings fruity, bubble gum esters to this effervescent Old World style with a dry finish.
7.1% ABV | 25 IBU | 5 SRM
Cardinal IPA // Red IPA
Our third coast IPA has a layered caramel sweetness from Crystal malts and tropical flavor and aroma from Citra hops.
6.7% ABV | 80 IBU | 16 SRM
Midnight Confection // Chocolate Stout
Complex layers of bready and roasted malts, coupled with English hops and yeast make this chocolate stout a treat worthy of returning for seconds.
6.8% ABV | 39 IBU | 38 SRM
Hapsburg Pretender // American Blond Ale
This fun, crushable ale with earthy German Perle and Hallertau hops is masquerading as a pilsner.
5.0% ABV | 32 IBU | 3 SRM
Red Morning Sky^ // Irish Red Ale
Raise a toast to Patty: sailor, shepherd, and saint! This easy-drinking ale has a subtle sweetness, a grainy malt character, and a dry, roasty finish.
5.1% ABV | 27 IBU | 16 SRM
Blueberry Cream^ // Cream Ale
A kiss of blueberry puts a summer twist into this smooth, creamy, classic Wisconsin style.
5.2% ABV | 20 IBU | 4 SRM
High Climber^ // Session IPA
Generously hopped--and hopped again--with Chinook and Centennial, this floral IPA punches you in the nose with lemon and grapefruit, but leaves you with one helluva view from the bar stool.
4.6% ABV | 76 IBU | 5 SRM
Eastbound and Brown^ // American Brown Ale
With a smooth mouthfeel from oats, and roasted coffee flavors from delicately layered malts, this brown ale will make you forget about that giant leaf pile.
5.2% ABV | 23 IBU | 23 SRM
Boils Down to This^ // Maple Stout
A medley of malts and local maple syrup contribute a cozy roast and a subtle sweetness to this stout.
5.2% ABV | 55 IBU | 40 SRM
Tsary Not Tsary^* // Russian Imperial Stout
Inky black, full-bodied, bold and malty with dark fruit aromas and a warm finish, this regal stout is a bear hug in a glass.
10.5% ABV | 60 IBU | 42 SRM
Kermis^* // Belgian Dubbel
A nod to a shared Belgian heritage, this Trappist-inspired ale is malt-forward with subtle caramel sweetness, cherry, and plum esters throughout, and a fairly dry finish.
6.4% ABV | 18 IBU | 15 SRM
Salty Leipz^ // Gose
Inspired by the Leipziger gosenschenke of yore, this is a tart, refreshing wheat ale with sea salt and coriander.
4.6% ABV | 5 IBU | 3 SRM
* Served in a tulip glass. Half-pour (8oz) // Full pour (16oz)
^ Seasonal offering
The garage is synonymous with experimentation. It's a place where ideas are born and nurtured; a room where chances are taken. Using a 1/2 barrel pilot system, we're brewing beers that may one day develop into favorites, or may only spend a few precious moments in the spotlight. Come into the taproom, take a chance with us, and let us know what you think. We'll announce new installments in the Garage Series on our social media channels.
001 // Belgian Dubbel
Heidelberg, Caramel, Munich, and Melanoidin malts. Belgian dark candi syrup. Wisconsin wildflower honey. Beet sugar. Hallertauer Hersbrucker hops. Belgian yeast. Blackberry purée.
6.8% ABV | 19 IBU | 14 SRM
002 // Belgian Saison
Heidelberg and wheat malts. Beet sugar. Hallertauer Hersbrucker and Hull Melon hops. Belgian saison yeast.
6.3% AVB | 21 IBU | 4 SRM
003 // American IPA
American 2-row pale, caramel, and Munich malts. Warrior and Citra hops. American ale yeast. Grapefruit purée.
6.0% ABV | 96 IBU | 6 SRM
004 // British Best Bitter
Thomas Fawcett Maris Otter, Melanoidin, and caramel malts. Target hops. English ale yeast.
4.5% ABV | 36 IBU | 8 SRM
005 // Gose
Wheat and Heidelberg malts. Sea salt. Coriander. Hallertauer Hersbrucker hops. Lactobacillus and German ale yeast.
4.6% ABV | 5 IBU | 4 SRM
006 // Session IPA
2-row pale, caramel, and Munich malts. Centennial and Chinook hops. American ale yeast.
4.6% ABV | 76 IBU | 5 SRM
007 // Golden IPA
Pale ale, Heidelberg, and Munich malts. Warrior and Lemondrop hops. Honey. Lemon peel. American ale yeast.
7.5% ABV | 92 IBU | 4.5 SRM
008 // Fresh Hop IPA
Pale ale, caramel, and Munich malts. Fresh Cascade and Mt. Hood hops. American ale yeast.
6.5% ABV | 83 IBU | 5 SRM
009 // Fresh Hop IPA
Pale ale, caramel, and Munich malts. Fresh Centennial hops. American ale yeast.
7.0% ABV | 88 IBU | 5 SRM
010 // American Amber
Pale ale, caramel, Victory, and Munich malts. Warrior and Hallertauer Hersbrucker hops. Anaheim peppers. American ale yeast.
6.3% ABV | 22 IBU | 13 SRM
011 // Braggot
Pale ale, caramel, and Munich malts. Hallertauer Hersbrucker hops. Wildflower honey. American ale yeast.
9.3% ABV | 4.4 IBU | 14 SRM
012 // New England IPA
Pale ale, wheat, and Munich malts. Flaked oats. Belma, Azacca, and El Dorado hops. Double IPA yeast.
6.3% ABV | 56.4 IBU | 4.2 SRM
013 // Saison
Heidelberg and Munich malts. Wheat. Flaked oats. Rye. Hallertauer Hersbrucker hops. Juniper berries. French saison yeast. Lingonberries.
5.8% ABV | 17.6 IBU | 4.6 SRM
014 // Double Dry Hopped Double IPA
Pale ale, caramel, and Munich malts. Warrior, Nelson Sauvin, and Galaxy hops. American ale yeast.
9.4% ABV | 100 IBU | 5.8 SRM
015 // Winter Warmer
Pale ale, caramel, Victory, and Munich malts. Warrior and Hallertauer Hersbrucker hops. Star anise. Vanilla beans. Ginger. Orange peel. Cinnamon. Nutmeg. American ale yeast.
5.9% ABV | 20 IBU | 17 SRM
016 // Belgian Dubbel
Heidelberg, Munich, caramel, Melanoidin, and Special B malts. Beet sugar. Belgian dark candi syrup. Hallertauer Hersbrucker hops. Belgian ale yeast.
6.2% ABV | 18 IBU | 15 SRM
017 // Milk Stout
Pale ale, Munich, caramel, black, and Blackprinz malts. Oats. Roasted Barley. Lactose. Target hops. English ale yeast.
5.7% ABV | 23 IBU | 41 SRM
018 // Rye IPA
Pale ale, rye, and caramel malts. Equinox, Armarillo, and Jarrylo hops. Bitters. American ale yeast.
6.3% ABV | 72 IBU | 6.4 SRM
019 // New England IPA
Pale ale, wheat, and Munich malts. Flaked oats. Belma, Azacca, and El Dorado hops. London ale yeast.
6.3% ABV | 56 IBU | 4.2 SRM
020 // SMaSH Pale Ale
Golden Promise malt. Michigan Copper hops. American ale yeast.
5.9% ABV | 52 IBU | 4.6 SRM
021 // Saison
Heidelberg and Munich malts. Wheat. Hallertauer Hersbrucker hops. Belle saison yeast. Plum purée.
7.2% ABV | 21.4 IBU | 4 SRM
022 // Belgian Wit
Flaked wheat and oats. Heidelberg and pale ale malts. Hallertauer Hersbrucker hops. Belgian Wit ale yeast. Coriander. Bitter orange peel. Grapefruit peel.
5.0% ABV | 14.6 IBU | 3 SRM
023 // Belgian Tripel
Heidelberg and Melanoidin malts. Beet sugar. Tettnang and Saaz hops. Belgian ale yeast.
9.1% ABV | 25 IBU | 6 SRM
024 // Fruited Pale Ale
Pale ale, caramel, and Munich malts. Warrior and Citra hops. Cranberry purée. American ale yeast.
6.5% ABV | 40 IBU | 9.3 SRM
025 // Wheat Ale
Wheat, pale ale, Heidelberg and Munich malts. Warrior and Centennial hops. Lavender flowers. American ale yeast.
5.1% ABV | 30 IBU | 3.7 SRM
026 // SMaSH Pale Ale
Marris Otter malt. HBC 682 hops. English ale yeast.
5.9% | 55 IBU | 4.6 SRM
027 // Black IPA
Pale ale, Blackprinz, caramel and Munich malts. Oats. Warrior, Armarillo and Simcoe hops. American ale yeast.
6.3% ABV | 98 IBU | 42 SRM
ABV: Alcohol By Volume. The higher the number, the bigger the buzz.
IBU: International Bittering Units. Reflects the amount of alpha acids lent to the beer by hops. The higher the number, the hoppier the beer.
SRM: Standard Reference Method. Used to measure color. The higher the number, the darker the beer.
Our taproom and brewhouse are co-located in a former service station in the Schmitt Park neighborhood on Green Bay’s east side. We can accommodate up to fifty patrons, and there is ample parking in the adjacent lot and on nearby streets. The taproom is a great place to belly up to the bar or grab a table with a few friends or co-workers, and enjoy a few of our craft beers, which are brewed a few feet away on our 7-barrel system. When the weather is nice, we throw open the garage door. And you're always welcome to take your beer out to the dog-friendly patio.
Thursday -- 4:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Friday -- 4:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Saturday -- 2:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Downtown Green Bay: Take University Ave headed east. Turn right on University Ave (after Festival Foods). Continue on University. Brewery on right.
Milwaukee (via 43 N): Take Exit 185 for WI 54 E/WI 57 N. Keep right at fork and follow signs for WI 54 E/WI 57 N Algoma-Sturgeon Bay. Take University Ave/Nicolet Dr exit. Turn left on University Ave. Brewery on left.
Appleton: Head north on Hwy 41. Take Exit 170 B for I 43 S toward MILWAUKEE. Keep right at fork and follow signs for WI 54 E/WI 57 N Algoma-Sturgeon Bay. Take University Ave/Nicolet Dr exit. Turn left on University Ave. Brewery on left.
Suamico: Follow 41 S toward Green Bay. Take I-43 S to University Way in Green Bay. Drive about a mile. Brewery on right.
The Daily Dose: Noble Roots Brewing Company // Green Bay Press-Gazette
Girl Scout Cookies beer pairing, 6-beer lunch, mustaches and a craft brewery anniversary // Appleton Post-Crescent
Great Wisconsin Brewery Tour #139 // The Squeaky Curd
State of Craft Beer // USA Today Network
Black Friday craft beer for friends on the nice list // Green Bay Press-Gazette
Road Trip: Noble Roots Brewery // WFRV-TV Channel 5
Two Days to Explore: Green Bay // Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
2 Days, 2 Nights | Green Bay Craft Beer Scene // PorchDrinking.com
Pulaski dairy business the 'de facto' supplier for Midwest craft brewers // Green Bay Press-Gazette
6 IPAs that craft beer drinkers will enjoy on India Pale Ale Day // Appleton Post-Crescent
The Absolute Best of Door County Beer Festival // Porchdrinking.com
TTP Episode 13 - Noble Roots // Tap Takeover Podcast
Green Bay beer guide for Billy Joel concert-goers // Green Bay Press-Gazette
6 ways to enjoy Green Bay Craft Beer Week // Green Bay Press-Gazette
Green Bay Taps Into Brewery Scene // Journal Online
It's opening day at Noble Roots Brewing Company // Green Bay Press-Gazette
New brewery to open next week on Green Bay's east side // WFRV-TV Channel 5
Noble Roots Brewing opening on Green Bay's east side // Green Bay Press-Gazette
Green Bay's sixth craft brewery in works // Green Bay Press-Gazette