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Another first visit on trip to Boston. They were closed on the first trip for a staff party (not announced on their site), went back the next night and had a great time. Staff is very helpful with selections if you have questions. We needed...More
Visited around 5 on a Saturday evening and it was packed which is good for business but made it hard to enjoy. If you are into sours or ipa beers then you will enjoy more than I did. I had the Belgium amber ale at...More
Trillium Brewing started in Boston and has since grown and moved their main location and beer garden to Canton. A good portion of the reviews here are referring to the Canton location. This location only sells bottles and cans and cannot even give samples. Bottle...More
As a fan of Trillium, we were looking forward to a bday visit.
Good: seems like a great loation; taproom on 1st floor was full and it was a nice layout; some people were sitting outside at tables even though it was cool; no gas...More
Fantastic range of beers available in a gorgeous setting, we spent a happy couple of hours here. The staff were friendly and knowledgeable. There is a good food van just outside where you can buy food to have with your beer.
We came across the beer garden by chance as we had an hour ‘to kill’ before our ferry out to Hingham to see old friends. Amazing selection on beers & ales and I tried a great IPA. Good atmosphere & knowledgeable staff to help guide...More
Initially, we thought that we would be visiting a taproom. Hubby was so looking forwarding to ordering a flight of Trillium brews - but oopps, we went to the wrong place. This is a retail location - so of course, we bought a bunch of...More
If you want an amazing New England IPA Hit both locations. The location on Congress St only sells cans, bottles, and Growlers, so go grab some cans for the way home. Then make your way over to Trillium on the Greenway. It is an outdoor...More
This area has been expanding and becoming more and more popular, for good reason. Not surprisingly, the seaport district of South Boston is located beautifully along the water. The area is designed for easy strolling along the HarborWalk, and there are bars and restaurants for all ages and budgets. The Institute of Contemporary Art is located in this area in a contemporary building with an absolutely stunning
deck overlooking the water. In the summer time there are Friday music concerts on the deck of the museum. Nearby, there are many green spaces to enjoy.