Nearly two years after publicly declaring an interest in opening a farmhouse brewery in Connecticut, popular Massachusetts craft beer maker Trillium Brewing Company has purchased a farm in North Stonington, about two hours outside of Boston. In a blog post, JC and Esther Tetreault, the husband-and-wife team that co-founded Trillium in 2013, said they bought the farm in order to fulfill their dream of opening a farm brewery near where they were married in the pastoral region of Connecticut.
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369 Congress St
Boston, MA 02210 USA
- Trillium Brewing Company is a farmhouse-style brewery in the Fort Point Channel neighborhood of Boston.
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Lead Cellar Operator - Trillium Brewing -- Canton, MA (09/17/2018)
This role is on the Production Leadership Team and manages our barrel aging and wild beer program.
Director of Production - Trillium Brewing Company
Director of Production - Trillium Brewing Company -- Canton, MA (11/22/2017)
Trillium Brewing Company is looking for an experienced Director of Production to join our team!
Director of Facilities - Trillium Brewing
Director of Facilities - Trillium Brewing -- Canton, MA (09/18/2017)
Director of Facilities
Packing Line Techinician - Trillium Brewing
Packing Line Techinician - Trillium Brewing -- Canton, MA (10/18/2016)
Trillium Brewing Company is looking for a packaging line technician to join the production team.
Packaging Manager - Trillium Brewing
Packaging Manager - Trillium Brewing -- Canton, MA (04/24/2016)
We are looking for a Packaging Line Manager to manage day-to-day operations.
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