More outdoor dining and drinking options are on the way to Boston’s Rose Kennedy Greenway, and the newest addition will include beer. Trillium Brewing Company will operate a beer garden on the Greenway this summer, according to the Boston Globe, with six to eight tapped beers available al fresco.
The beer garden will be located near Rowes Wharf Plaza, not far from Trillium’s original brewing space in Fort Point, and it could be operational by the end of June, provided everything works out with the city permitting process. Wines from Westport River Winery will also be available at the green space, which will be open three to five days a week through the summer and into October. The space will reportedly feature communal picnic tables.
Trillium announced the news on its website, expressing excitement at finally being able to pour beers for fans in Boston. (The brewery only offers growler fills at its Fort Point location; its larger taproom is out in Canton.)
“We are thrilled to announce a partnership with the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway Conservancy to bring a Trillium Beer Garden to downtown Boston,” the site reads. “Spend your summer afternoons sitting on the Greenway, looking out at the Boston Harbor, sharing Trillium beers with friends.”
Stay tuned for further details on hours of operation and an exact opening date for the beer garden.
• You’ll Soon Be Able to Sip a Beer on the Greenway [BG]
• And Then There Was a Beer Garden [Official Site]
• Trillium Coverage on Eater [EBOS]