Trillium Brewing Co. is closing up its wildly popular winter beer garden at an old electrical substation in Roslindale this weekend. The cavernous space, which matched an industrial chic setting with a local beer maker that has fanatical followers, drew large crowds, many of them young parents with toddlers in tow.
Trillium had always said the beer hall would be temporary and is drawing its last glass there Sunday.
Now, fans of the popular brewery will have to wait until summer for Trillium to reopen its outdoor beer garden on the Rose F. Kennedy Greenway.
As for what will take over the space next, a few parties including breweries and restaurants are working with developer Peregrine Group, according to Alia Forrest, executive director of Roslindale Village Main Street.
Trillium still has plans to open a restaurant and brew pub in the Seaport’s Fort Point neighborhood by the end of 2018.