Congress Street is our beloved, signature IPA - and the first one we ever brewed! More than seven years after we first offered it to the public, we asked JC to take a few moments to reflect on the recipe’s intent and initial release back in 2013.
Stories and News From Trillium
We are obsessive in our focus on quality. We hire some of the most talented people in our industry, continually evaluate our processes, making improvements wherever possible, cultivate a robust lab and sensory program, and invest in expensive brewing equipment such as a Flottweg decanter, centrifuge, flash pasteurizer, and more. All of this is done with one goal in mind: to ensure that the beer in your glass is memorable, adds enjoyment and value to your lives, and is exactly what we intended it to be.
Trillium is committed to increasing the diversity and inclusivity of our team. From front of house to executive leadership, we hire the best candidate for every role in order to uphold our expectations of world-class quality product and service. We believe anybody and everybody with the right passion and skill can be part of making Trillium a success. To expand the reach of our available opportunities, we specifically take the following steps to recruit, hire, and advance a diverse and inclusive workforce: RECRUITMENT
Initiated by our friends at Other Half Brewing with the help of Stout Collective and Craftpeak, All Together is a worldwide collaboration brewed to recognize the impact of COVID-19 on those in the restaurant and hospitality industries. Trillium, like millions of other breweries and restaurants, is rooted in the core of hospitality.
At Trillium, the women on our team play a variety of roles necessary to produce and share our beer, food, and experiences. Our skills and backgrounds are diverse, but we chose craft beer as an industry, and Trillium in particular, for its hospitality and sense of community. Here we believe that empowering individuals, rather than genders, allows us to grow and be our best as a team.
In a time where negativity and hate seemingly fuel each other, capturing the public’s attention with more vigor than kindness and positivity, we were optimistic when we saw the #iamcraftbeer movement begin this past Autumn. Fueled by a racist email sent to beer blogger Chalonda White of Afro Beer Chick, Brewers Association Diversity Ambassador Dr.