BOSTON — Trillium Brewing Company is opening its doors. More than two years in the making, Trillium will launch retail operations tomorrow and introduce their eponymous flagship, Trillium, a pale farmhouse style ale.
“Opening the retail shop and releasing our first beer, Trillium, is the realization of an extensive family and community effort.” said JC Tetreault, co-owner of Trillium Brewing Company. “Esther (wife and co-owner) and I couldn’t be more excited; we can’t wait to see you at the brewery!”
Brewer Adam Goodwin describes the beer: “The simplicity of the recipe lends to a wonderfully complex yet still approachable beer. A beautiful nose of spice and pepper, coupled with flavors of fermentation-derived fruit and breadiness. Firm bitterness, nicely carbonated with a dry finish, but there’s also this elegant smoothness to the mouthfeel from the wheat in the recipe.” While there are eventual plans to bottle beers at the brewery, Trillium will be initially available in 64oz. growlers, which are glass containers that can be refilled at the brewery.
The retail shop will open for the first time on Thursday, the 21st of March at 4pm and will have regular hours on Thursday and Friday (4-7:30PM), and Saturday (10AM-4PM). Growler fills and merchandise will be available for sale, but sampling of the brewery’s beers won’t be available until a permit can be obtained by Boston’s Inspectional Services Department. Initial draft accounts will be The Publick House & Monk’s Cell in Brookline and Vee Vee in Jamaica Plain.
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