by Marc Hurwitz
Trillium Garden at the Substation in Roslindale opened Thursday at 4 p.m.
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Over the summer, Trillium operated a popular beer garden in the heart of Boston that offered some of the highest-rated beers in Massachusetts. But it is now closed for the winter season.
Now it has popped up in a new location for the winter - and its home is an historic structure that dates back to the early 1900s.
Trillium has brought its beer garden to the former trolley substation on Washington Street, and it will be open five days a week through the winter season.
According to Universal Hub, the beer garden now occupies the space where Chris Douglass had hoped to open a restaurant called Third Rail, though those plans ultimately fell through. A location of Craft Beer Cellar can also be found in the substation.
Trillium's beer garden on the Rose Kennedy Greenway debuted in June, with the place also offering wines from Westport Rivers Vineyard. The current headquarters for the brewery can be found on Congress Street in Fort Point, though it will move to a new spot on Farnsworth Street, with that space including a brewery, taproom, full-service restaurant, patio, and rooftop terrace. Another location of Trillium is in Canton.
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