Trillium Brewing Company

Row 1

369 Congress St
Boston, MA 02210
(617) 453-8745
$ $
Tue–Wed: 4:00 PM–7:30 PM Thu–Fri: Noon–7:30 PM Sat: Noon–6:00 PM

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  • The 1st brewery to open in Boston proper in decades, Trillium was named 1 of RateBeer's top 10 new breweries for 2013. Tastes, growlers & releases at the taproom; bottles on CBC shelves regularly!
  • Note: When you buy a growler, the $5 you pay on top of the cost of the beer is NOT a deposit. You're actually buying the container. They will not refund the $5 if you try to return it.
  • Now offering tastings!!!
  • Sunflower saison is awesome
  • Tip your beertender. A buck a growler fill seems about right to me.
  • Sleeper street IPA. That is all.
  • Try the Pot n Kettle
  • Trillium opened in March 2013 and produces a handful of delicious ales. The brewery has a farmhouse feel and its locally inspired beers are made from artisan ingredients and practices.
  • Growler fills only at this seaport location!
  • The best beer around! Experts at creating juicy, cloudy IPAs.
  • Just a can/growler stop. No tastings. Some of the best IPAs out there.
  • Small location that only sells cans/growlers/merch. Expect longer lines on a weekday in the afternoon.
  • Be aware that you can't actually drink beer here. The beer is great, of course, but you can only pick up growlers and such to take home (or drink on the sidewalk, you animal).
  • Delicious beer, fast and friendly service. Just don't block the doorway!
  • Get there Wednesday as close to noon as possible. Can mix and match cans. Best beer in the area.
  • Didn't allow any tasting, only beer to go. Very efficient though
  • If you're in western Mass, go to Tree House. If you're in Boston (or Canton), go to Trillium.
  • No tastings available, but everything I've had from them has been good to great.
  • Pretty much everything
  • No pours here, just bottles and growler fills.