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How to pale ale

New Beer

How To Pale Ale

Over the past two decades, America's Test Kitchen has taught millions of cooks how to tackle any kitchen task - from peeling garlic to baking croissants - with confidence. Their Cook’s Illustrated magazine has had a particularly large impact on the lives of JC and Esther, as well as the approach we take with brewing at Trillium.

Oktoberfest Stein

New Happenings

A Traditional Oktoberfest

In preparation for our first annual Oktoberfest on Saturday, 9/21, we sat down with Burke Dignam, our resident Lab Manager, to dive into the traditional recipe we chose for this year’s inaugural event beer. Tell us a little about your German background.

Emerald Necklace Map

New Beer

Olmsted's Emerald Necklace

Today we’re proud to introduce a new series of beers that tell another story from Trillium’s earliest days. If you’ve visited Boston, you may have driven past or walked through a section of the Emerald Necklace: a 1,100 acre, seven-mile-long public park system that is a cherished green sanctuary in the heart of our city.

Sid Wainer Truck

New Happenings

A Trip To Sid Wainer & Son

The average New Englander may not know it, but one of the region’s havens of specialty food is nestled just inland from the Acushnet River in New Bedford, Massachusetts. Sid Wainer & Son began curating and distributing the finest produce and goods over 100 years ago. In the time since, the Wainer family has grown the company into a bastion of quality - working with farmers, small producers and artisans across the world.

Trillium Fenway

New Happenings

Making New Homes In Familiar Places

Exciting plans can be so hard to keep to yourself! We’ve been working on a couple of special projects for a while and the time has FINALLY come to share them with you...

Permutation 6.07 New England Corn Lager

New Beer

A Mug Full Of History (...And Delicious Lager)

Introducing Permutation 6.07: New England Corn Lager! The delicious mug is full of more than just beer - it represents the history of the region’s agriculture, and some new lessons about the role corn can take in a lager (because let’s be honest, the topic has quite the flashpoint).

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