Thursday, December 29, 2016

Trillium Brewing Company to Relocate in Boston's Fort Point

A Boston brewery that expanded to a second location in the suburbs last year is looking to relocate its original space in the city.

Eater Boston is reporting (via a blog post from the business) that Trillium Brewing Company has a new space in Fort Point that is currently under agreement, with co-founder Esther Tetreault saying that "there will be more of everything: more beer, (way) more space, and more fun (but still no dedicated parking...sorry, just not possible in downtown Boston)." It is not yet known exactly where in Fort Point the new location of Trillium will be, nor is it known when the move might happen; as soon as we find out more, we will post an update here.

The original Trillium--which offers growler, can, and bottle fills only--is at 369 Congress Street in Boston's Fort Point while its second location is at 110 Shawmut Road in Canton and features a taproom. The website for Trillium can be found at

[January 3, 2017 update: BostInno mentions (via Brewbound) that Trillium's proposed new space could have a "full-scale" restaurant, an outdoor patio, a full-pour taproom, and possibly a roof deck bar.]

[May 25, 2017 update: BostInno states that Trillium will be moving to 47 Farnsworth Street, and that the two-story space is expected to include a brewery, taproom, full-service restaurant, patio out front, and a rooftop terrace. If all goes as planned, the move could be completed by mid to late 2018.]

[March 15, 2018 update: Eater Boston says (via that a restaurant occupancy permit for the new location of Trillium has been submitted, with EB also saying that the space will have a brewpub and microbrewery, a bar on each floor, two outdoor patios (including a rooftop one), a retail shop, and a function/event space. An update from also says that the new location could be open by the end of the year.]

[October 3, 2018 update: Boston Magazine notes that the new location of Trillium's restaurant and brewery plans to open later this month.]

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