Photo by: Trillium Fenway

 

Trillium Brewing has expanded its impressive inventory of breweries and taprooms with a new location in The Fenway at 401 Park, located right near Time Out Market. The new taproom consists of 1,500 square feet, featuring 18 tap lines, high-top tables and a counter-service bar. While this is the third brewery space operated by Trillium, joining Fort Point and Canton, the Fenway taproom is the first space built from the ground up.

The inner taproom and outside patio can both accommodate up to 150 guests. In addition to beers on tap, customers an also purchase cans on site at Trillium Fenway. Trillium will use the Fenway location to expand an experimental pilot program that focuses on fostering new and innovative brewing methods, including use of a one-barrel brew system.

The Fenway taproom is aptly situated given Trillium’s new Emerald Necklace beer series. Trillium co-founder JC Tetreault once cultivated a small garden in the Fenway Victory Gardens so this concept represents a nostalgic bookend of sorts as Trillium continues to creatively expand its Greater Boston footprint. The Fenway taproom is open year-round so beer aficionados, as well as casual imbibers, can swing by in any season to enjoy craft beer against the backdrop of crisp and colorful fall days, serene snow falling outside, or beautiful spring and summer afternoons slowly turning to dusk.

Trillium Fenway serves beer 7 days/week with doors opening at 11am. Follow them on social media @TrilliumFenway for events, updates and daily beer offerings.