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Trillium Brewing to open taproom near Fenway, move production facility

Trillium Fenway

Massachusetts based Trillium Brewing has announced a new build in the Fenway neighborhood of Boston. Trillium Fenway will be a year-round, indoor/outdoor taproom.

The 1,500 square foot, greenhouse inspired design will be found on the front lawn of 401 Park, a mixed-use office and retail renovation the historic building. Studio Troika has been tapped for the design, touted to “blur the lines between outdoor beer garden and cozy indoor taproom”. Trillium Fenway will offer draft beer, cans, and bottles to-go. Food can be purchased from nearby Time Out Market.

The brewery has not shared a grand opening date.

Additionally, Trillium will be moving its production facility to a new building in Canton. Currently, the brewery is running their brewing, barrel-aging, quality control lab, office, and warehouse out of four different buildings.

Over next few years, Trillium will be slowly building out their “forever home” at a new site across town in Canton, featuring an expanded taproom, full-service restaurant, larger production facility, and event space. The move will take a time to complete according to the brewery.

Trillium was opened by JC and Esther Tetreault, a self-described “dumb couple in love” in the Fort Point neighborhood of South Boston in 2013.