0.8 min readBy Published On: August 12th, 2020Categories: Eat and Drink0 Comments

In local brewery news….

Thanks to updates and changes in the State’s guidelines when it comes to restaurants, this local taproom is shutdown for now.

According to a Boston Restaurant, Trillium Fenway will be “pausing” outdoor seating and draft service due to Gov. Baker’s announcement last Friday.  Basically, the State is cracking down on bars/breweries “masquerading” as a restaurant.  Technically, a “restaurant” is defined as a place that has seated food service where the food is prepared on-site.  The “restaurant” a must have a retail food permit issued by the city. So no serving just pretzels and chips.  Trillium Brewing in Fenway was hoping that Time Out Market – located right next door – could run food to our tables. Nice try, but the State says, “No.”

Trillium Fenway’s location will still be open for retail service for packaged beer-to-go. You’re encouraged to order online.

Trillium’s Fort Point and Canton locations will still remain open due to their food situation.

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