Hopsters is opening a new location in the Seaport

David Monahan, of Reading, chooses a 64oz growler of Hopsters beer.
David Monahan, of Reading, chooses a 64oz growler of Hopsters beer at the brewery's Boston Public Market location. –Pat Greenhouse/ The Boston Globe

It looks like Trillium is getting a new neighbor.

The Newton-based brewpub Hopsters announced Monday that it’s expanding and has identified a new 6,000 square-feet location in the Seaport and Fort Point Channel area. The new space has an expected opening date of 2017, according to Boston magazine.

The planned brewpub will also serve up the same flatbread sandwiches and bar snacks that customers at its Newton location munch on while they brew their own beer.

“Many of our customers have asked us to expand our brewery and brewing concept, bringing our great local craft beers and food to downtown Boston,” the brewery wrote in a Facebook post. “We believe the Fort Point Channel is a great area and in much need of a Craft Brewery and Restaurant.”

The brewery also offers its own brew creations and a selection of other local beers at the Boston Public Market.

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