One of Boston’s hottest beer companies, Trillium Brewing was founded by JC and Esther Tetreault in 2013.
And what started as a small brewing operation in South Boston has become a family of operations including a production facility in Canton, summer and winter beer gardens, a farm brewery in planning, a modern restaurant/brewery in Boston’s Fort Point neighborhood and Trillium Fenway, an indoor/outdoor taproom near the historic baseball stadium.
But when the company acquired part of the former Reebok campus just five miles away from their original flagship location in Canton, they knew they’d found their “forever home.”
And now, after months of extensive renovations – and the recent acquisition of Spencer Trappist Brewery’s 60hL brewhouse the company announced that it is are consolidating its entire brewing team under one roof, and offering up their original 25,000 sq. ft. facility in Canton as a turn-key brewing operation.
“Commissioning this new system allows us to maintain current beer production during our transition,” said JC Tetreault, Founder of Trillium, “and this best-in-class equipment means our team can achieve even greater control, creative freedom, and precision,”
Spencer Trappist Ale, which was operated by monks of St. Joseph’s Abbey, ceased operations last May.
“The Town of Canton initially welcomed us in 2015 and we are happy to have found a permanent location here just across town,” said Ryan Shocklee, Vice President of Operations…
“Having the opportunity to offer another creative producer this fully functional production, office, and taproom and retail space, located right off of I-95 with the ability to host over 200 patrons, is a great way to end our chapter here.”
Trillium Brewing is actively courting proposals for their original production brewery located at 110 Shawmut Road in Canton.
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