Trillium Brewing Co. is moving to what it calls its “forever home” on the former Reebok campus in Canton while announcing expansion plans in the Fenway as well.

The craft brewer, which got its start in Boston’s Fort Point, said it is acquiring an industrial building on the Reebok campus for a brewery and restaurant, after outgrowing its space on Shawmut Road.

Banker & Tradesman reported in November that Spear Street Capital, which bought the Reebok campus last year for $88 million, had agreed to sell a 140,000-square-foot industrial building at 100 Royall St. to Trillium.

The purchase price was $13 million, according to a deed filed in Norfolk County on March 22.

Cofounders Esther and J.C. Tetreault told The Boston Globe the Royall Street location will consolidate two leased spaces in Canton and warehouses in Avon and Taunton. Preparations for the Canton move will take approximately two years, Trillium wrote in an announcement on its website.

At the same time, Trillium plans to open a year-round indoor-outdoor taproom at Samuels & Assoc.’s former Landmark Center in the Fenway, now known as 401 Park. Scheduled to open later this year, the Fenway location will occupy a 1,500-square-foot structure designed by Boston-based Studio Troika.

“From the greenhouse-inspired space, we’ll watch the seasons change through the year – hanging out on the open-air patio in the summer and watching the snow shimmer through glass windows in the winter,” Trillium wrote in an announcement on its website.

This article has been updated to include details on the transaction price.

Trillium Confirms Move to Reebok Campus

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