Launched in 2013, each offering in our classic Street Series of IPAs utilizes the same base recipe but focuses on a singular dry-hop varietal. Starting with the Galaxy-saturated Congress Street, naming these beers after the streets of Boston's Fort Point district created a unique bond to the neighborhood we are proud to call home.
While our roots will always lie within Fort Point, Trillium has blossomed beyond that little section of the city. With our Fenway taproom and the Trillium Garden on the Greenway, Greater Boston has embraced our Farmhouse-inspired offerings, commitment to hospitality, and focus on creating community-minded experiences.
Seven years in, it's time to push the Street Series even further, pairing our favorite elements of the Double IPAs we've brewed alongside the focused dry-hop expressions realized with our Street beers. The Avenue Series pays homage to the many historic roadways throughout the city of Boston.
Beginning at Milton Lower Mills and spanning all the way to the Fort Point Channel, Dorchester Avenue dates back to 1805 and is rich with history. It's also the namesake of our Nelson Sauvin dry-hopped addition to the Avenue Series. Presenting a glowing deep yellow, Dot Ave offers an aroma with layers of depth and nuance. Immediately apparent is the tropical shade of the Nelson variety, with notes of mango and pineapple jumping from the glass. As the beer warms, underlying notes of concord grape, lemon verbena, and earthy pine make an appearance. Soft, palate-coating, and highly drinkable, Dot Ave finishes balanced and evolves throughout each sip.