One of the Northeast’s most exciting and inventive craft breweries, has opened their long-anticipated beer garden!
It’s been a year since Boston’s Greenway Conservancy tapped Trillium Brewing to operate a new open-air beer garden in the heart of downtown Boston’s Rose Kennedy Greenway Park and with summer’s arrival the wait is happily over.
Adjoining Boston’s waterfront, with a view of its harbor glimpsed through the historic Rowes Wharf Arch, Trillium Brewing’s new open-air setting is a striking centerpiece to the 1.5-mile greenway and offers a welcome respite from the urban grind at the heart of the city’s busy commercial center.
Considered to be one of the Northeast’s most exciting and inventive breweries, Trillium’s Beer Garden is the latest addition to the uber-hot brewery’s growing family of locations, which also includes their original home and pilot brewery (which they built with their own hands in Boston’s iconic Fort Point neighborhood) and the 16,000 ft. facility that they opened last year in Canton, Massachusetts.
The new seasonal open-air beer garden, which is scheduled to run weekly now through October, is sure to become another craft beer “must” destination for Boston locals and a draw for beer pilgrims travelling the Northeast this summer.
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