Got back from a nice 4 day trip to Boston and didn't really do too many beer-related things as I was with the missus and this was a surprise trip for her. But I did check out Trillium and this place blows the doors off the hype and is a full on legit top 5 ipa brewery for me.
They were releasing a new iipa on the Friday which apparently created a longer than normal line all day, but we got there at around 2pm after lunch with about 30 people in front of us. Probably waited 30 minutes total due to the single line for growlers and bottles (they normally have a bottle only line, but not when they are slammed). I purchased the three different ipas they had for sale and each one was exceptional, I'm talking hill farmstead level awesomeness here. Just smooth, citrus, hop bombs that are in perfect balance and not crazy bitter. Whatever you do, if you're near boston and they have bottles to go, make a trip there. They are about a 20 minute walk from the city centre in the sea port area, so easily accessible from anywhere in Boston.
There's a decent bottle shop next door called fort point market that had a nice selection of local stuff. Also, I may have found a diamond in the rough in the south end that is more of a liquor store with a couple of shelves of beer. Walked in while my wife was looking at a store across the street and was confronted with shelf BA firestone walkers with no limit! they just had stickee monkee and heldorado as well as some of the BA offering from clown shoes. sadly, my bag was fully loaded with hoppy goodness so i could only squeeze in two more bottles, but they guy looked at me with surprise when i asked about limits and told him how the stuff sells out in minutes in WNY. the shop is called the wine emporium on tremont street.