In spite of the almost 8000 craft breweries currently online in the US, we continue to receive new announcements almost daily.
And here’s just some of what’s been happening…
Trillium Fenway Opens
Since founding Trillium in 2013, Co-Founders Esther and JC Tetreault have stayed true to the mission of building strong communities through beer and creating destinations for people to celebrate life’s moments. And Trillium Fenway a much-anticipated extension of that mission has finally opened its doors…
Located in the heart of Boston’s lively Fenway neighborhood, Trillium’s just opened taproom is a 1,500 square foot greenhouse-inspired space with a one barrel brew system that will craft its own “taproom only” releases in the smartly designed year-round setting.
“This project is extra special for me and JC because it symbolizes the beginnings and progression of both Trillium, and our lives together. JC & I met at the gym in 401 Park more than 15 years ago, after he had spent a long afternoon working in his plot at The Victory Gardens. We recently celebrated our 10th wedding anniversary so it’s sentimental opening a new Trillium venue that we designed from scratch at the site where we began imagining a life together,” said Co-Founder Esther Tetreault
The company’s first project from the ground up, Trillium Fenway, which now offers a selection of 18 draft beers, bottles, select merchandise and cans to go, is able to accommodate 95 beer lovers inside, and another 150 on the patio in the warmer months.
Santa Fe Brewing’s New Brewhouse Now Online
On October 6, Santa Fe Brewing, who have been crafting beer since 1988, activated their new, Krones 70-barrel brewhouse. With the addition of the new brewhouse and two 150bbl fermenters, the brewery is poised to meet their projected 2020 demand and will have to ability to scale to 200,000 barrels.
“We’re New Mexico’s original craft brewery,” says Vice President of Sales and Marketing Jarrett Babincsak….”We’re set to open doors on a destination, two-story beer hall at our headquarters this holiday season and two more taprooms in New Mexico in 2020….and ready to rock and roll with no future capacity concerns we can’t easily address.”