The Emerald Necklace series tells a foundational piece of the Trillium Brewing story. If you’ve visited our home in Boston, you’ve likely encountered and enjoyed a section of the Emerald Necklace. Beginning downtown at the Boston Common and Public Gardens, extending out to Back Bay and Dorchester, this 1,100-acre, seven-mile-long public park system is a cherished green oasis in the city's heart. JC cultivated a plot in the Fenway Victory Gardens years ago, where he grew edible and decorative plants, trees, and even some hop bines! Named after Emerald Necklace architect Frederick Law Olmsted, Olmsted Park features a chain of fresh-water ponds and a dual-path system that residents and visitors to Brookline can enjoy year-round.
DDH Olmsted highlights a pair of Southern Hemisphere hops, offering a vibrant and unforgettable sensory experience. Brewed with a double dose of Galaxy & Nelson Sauvin, DDH Olmsted pours a glowing golden yellow with heavy haze. Flavors shift from tropical mango smoothie and pineapple juice to the more citrus-forward grapefruit pith and lemon zest notes throughout each sip. Medium-bodied with a finish that never fatigues the palate, DDH Olmsted is a true joy to drink.
HOPS: Galaxy, Nelson Sauvin
MALT: American 2-Row Barley, Flaked Rice