Summer is heating up! Trillium Brewing Company and the Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy are excited to re-open the Trillium Garden on The Greenway. The celebrated beer garden, located at the intersection of High Street and Atlantic Avenue, was the first beer garden of its kind in Boston, opening to the public in the summer of Breaking new ground yet again, the Garden reopens this year with the ability to brew onsite, where Trillium will produce limited small-batch releases for guests.
Trillium Garden on The Greenway will be open (weather permitting) Thursday from 12-8 PM, Friday and Saturday from 2-10 p.m., and Sunday from 12-6 p.m. “Our reopening of the Garden this year has been anxiously anticipated for so many reasons,” stated Esther Tetreault, co-founder of Trillium Brewing Company. “As New Englanders we’re always eager to celebrate summer in Boston, especially this year as we’re finally able to meet up with friends and family outside in a safe and welcoming environment.”
“We can’t wait to raise a glass at Trillium Garden this summer in its fifth season on The Greenway,” said Chris Cook, Executive Director of The Greenway Conservancy. “As we all reconnect this summer, we invite visitors to safely unwind on The Greenway and explore all the park has to offer this season!”
Guests familiar with service at Trillium’s Fenway, Fort Point, and Canton locations will find the same attention to detail and commitment to safety at the Trillium Garden with online reservations available for parties of 6 or more, 100% contactless ordering of food and beer, and exemplary social distancing and cleanliness protocols.
Under current state and municipal regulations, guests will be required to order food from one of the Greenway’s on-site food trucks, including fan favorites Dining Car, Pennypacker, The Bacon Truck, and Bon Me. Food requirements, table sizes, and time limits will be adjusted in conjunction with regulatory updates.