Trillium Turns 1, Announces New Bottles And Anniversary Party
Did you know that Trillium Brewing was turning a year old on March 21st 2014? We can’t believe it! And with this in mind, they’ve made a big announcement and will be celebrating over the course of next week with new bottles releases and a party over at Publick House in Brookline.
We sincerely hope that you’re not too busy next week because this is what they have scheduled:
– Tuesday March 18th, 4PM: Wild Trillium Bottle Release
Wild Trillium is a version of their flagship Trillium Farmhouse Ale that has been aged for over 9 months in single oak barrels with some wild yeast. It’s not very heavy on the lactic acid and is more of a brett/light lacto kind of beer. The bottles are 375ml in size, and there will be a 2 bottle per person limit.
– Wednesday March 19th, 7PM: Anniversary Party
You can join the entire Trillium staff and fans over at The Publick House in Brookline to celebrate their anniversary. Nine of their beers will be available on tap including their yet-to-be-named double 8.4% double IPA that will be making it’s debut there. There will also be that Wild Ale available and the staff at Publick House will also be serving a special menu to top everything off. Sound like fun? You can see more details about it on the event’s Facebook page right over here.
– Friday March 21st, noon: Double IPA release
Starting at noon and up until 7:30PM that day, their newly introduced double IPA will be available for growler fills at the brewery. There will be a two 64oz growler limit per customer or four 32oz limit for those who want the smaller size. Can’t make it? A bunch of bars who regularly carry Trillium beers will be getting a single keg of it (think Row 34, Publick House and a few others) so be on the lookout for more updates in regards to this.
– Saturday March 22nd, 10AM: Cuvee de Tetreault bottle release
Last but not least, to cap this busy week off, they will be releasing bottles of Cuvee de Tetreault, an 11% A.B.V. wildly fermented Belgian Strong Dark Ale aged on black currants and French oak. They had previously released that beer at least year’s Belgian Beer Festival and have now bottled the rest. This is a very limited release so the limit will be a one 375ml bottle per customer.
We wish them a great week ahead and more information can be found on Trillium’s website right over here.