Monday, December 22, 2014

Trillium Brewing Gets License Approved; Reopens Today

Earlier this month we reported that a family-run brewery in Boston's Fort Point neighborhood had closed because of a licensing issue. Now we have learned that the issue has been resolved and that the place is reopening immediately.

Based on a Twitter post from the brewery, Trillium Brewing on Congress Street has had their license approved by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, with a more recent tweet from them saying that they are opening at 4:30 PM today. As stated earlier, the brewery's license renewal application for 2014 was never processed and they only recently had found this out, which resulted in their having to get it approved in order for them to open their doors again.

The address for Trillium Brewing is 369 Congress Street, Boston, MA, 02210. Its website can be found at

[Earlier Article]
Trillium Brewing in Boston's Fort Point Has Closed; Status Uncertain

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