0.8 min readBy Published On: March 28th, 2013Categories: Features0 Comments

Trillium is opened.

After more than two years in the making, Trillium – a South Boston based brewery (369 Congress Street), has opened its retail store and launched their eponymous flagship, Trillium, a pale farmhouse style ale.

The retail shop is open for regular hours on Thursday, Friday (4-7:30PM)  and Saturday (10AM-4PM). Growler fills and merchandise will be for sale, but sampling of the brewery’s beers won’t be available until details are worked out with Boston’s Inspectional Services Department. Initial draft accounts will be The Publick House & Monk’s Cell in Brookline and Vee Vee in Jamaica Plain.

“Opening the retail shop and launching our first beer, Trillium, is the realization of an extensive family and community effort.” said JC Tetreault, co-owner of Trillium Brewing Company. “Esther and I couldn’t be more excited for these moments; we look forward to seeing you at the brewery!”

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