The new pop-up in Dewey Square and the return of the popular garden by Rowes Wharf brings in another season of local brews on The Greenway 


PRESS RELEASE / April 16, 2024 (Boston, MA) – The Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy today announced a new partnership with local brewery Night Shift Brewing, who will open a pop-up beer garden in Dewey Square Park this spring starting May 8, 2024. The beer garden will be open through October, giving visitors a space to enjoy local brews during Boston’s warmer months. 

Night Shift on The Greenway will be further activated through events and programs, such as fitness classes, events, and festivals. 
“The Conservancy is excited to welcome Night Shift to The Greenway!” says Eileen Ong, Director of Programs and Outreach. “To have Night Shift as a focal point on Dewey Square with our Greenway mural, food trucks, events, and festivals is an exciting addition to the park. We look forward to their partnership.” 
“We’re thrilled to bring Night Shift to The Greenway, offering a fun, unique spot for Bostonians and visitors to enjoy our delicious beers amidst the city’s vibrant outdoor scene,” said Michael Oxton, Co-Founder of Night Shift Brewing. 
In addition to the Conservancy’s new beer garden at Dewey Square, Trillium Garden on The Greenway returns today, April 16, 2024 for its eighth season, operating at the corner of High Street and Atlantic Avenue, across from Rowes Wharf. Food trucks will vend in this location to compliment Trillium’s drink offerings including Wanderlust on Wednesdays, Zaaki on Thursdays, Revelry on Fridays, Vaz & Mac on Saturdays, and Smoke on Sundays throughout the season. Current hours are Tuesday-Thursday 3p to 8p, Friday-Saturday 12p to 8p, and Sunday 12p to 6p and will expand after May 14. 
The Conservancy’s website will list updated hours for the beer gardens and food truck schedules throughout the season. 
The Greenway is the contemporary public park in the heart of Boston. The Greenway welcomes millions of visitors annually to gather, play, unwind, and explore. The Greenway Conservancy is the non-profit responsible for the management and care of The Greenway. The majority of the public park’s annual budget is generously provided by private sources.
Night Shift Brewing has its roots in a small kitchen on Josephine Ave in Somerville, MA. In 2007, Co-Founders Rob, Mike, and Michael began homebrewing at night, making beers for friends and family that they hoped were more delicious than the commercial options on shelves. In 2012, the trio moved their hobby to a small Everett warehouse and launched the business. Today, Night Shift Brewing operates MA locations in Boston and Everett, and distributes beer throughout MA, CT, ME, NH, NY, PA, RI, VT, NJ, MD and DC. Night Shift’s mantra is “all styles welcome” – they exist to celebrate and welcome all beverages, all people, and all ideas. Anyone who wants a seat at their table has one. The brewery maintains a relentless focus on the three values: integrity, innovation, and inclusivity. For more information, please visit and follow along on Instagram @nightshiftbrewing, @nightshiftlovejoy, @nightshiftbeergardens. 
Founded in 2013 with the desire to create a lifestyle through craft beer, Trillium is a modern New England farmhouse-inspired brewery, distillery, and hospitality group rooted in community and shared experiences. Our core values drive our approach: a desire to push the boundaries of experimentation with innovation, education, and a focus on hospitality in warm and welcoming spaces with a wide range of styles for a diverse audience. Trillium operates a brewery, distillery, and restaurant in Canton, a greenhouse-inspired brewery and taproom in Fenway, a beer garden and brewery on the Rose Kennedy Greenway, and a brewery and restaurant in Boston’s historic Fort Point neighborhood. 

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