Greenway APA: 5.2% American Pale Ale. A bit more malty sweetness than an IPA and a more restrained bitterness. This beer was designed to be an easy drinking beer that has a good amount flavor.
Falconer’s Flight 7’Cs: 7 C’s stands for the 7 main US hops (Blend of 7 popular “C” hop varieties Cascade, Centennial, Chinook, Citra, Cluster, Columbus and Crystal plus additional experimental varieties)
Aroma: Citrus/grapefruit character alongside fruity, spicy, and earthy notes
Cascade: Traditional American hop
Aroma: Strong spicy, floral, grapefruit character
Remember how exciting it was trick-or-treating as a kid? Dressing up, knocking on doors, the anticipation of a neighbor with a bowl of your favorite candy suggesting you take a handful?
Well we do, and at Granite Roots we have created a Halloween special for the tap room that we hope recreates the excitement and anticipation of trick-or-treating for those of us over 21 years of age.
We have put together 31 mystery bags that will be for sale this weekend at the tap room. Each mystery bag comes with a minimum of six 16oz beers for $31 dollars. Some bags have a lot more!
Below is the breakdown of the goodies distributed between the 31 bags
|11 of 30 = Six 16oz craft beers + Granite Roots Bottle Opener|
|7 of 30 = Six 16oz craft beers + $3 dollar flight card|
|4 of 30 = Six 16oz craft beers + Granite Roots Pint glass|
|4 of 30 = Six 16oz craft beers + Granite Roots Glass Growler|
|2 of 30 = Six 16oz craft beers + Granite Roots Graphic t-shirt of your choice|
|2 of 30 = Six 16oz craft beers + Granite Roots Growler + Granite Roots Pint Glass|
|1 of 30 = Six 16oz craft beers + Granite Roots Growler + Granite Roots Pint Glass + Granite Roots Graphic t-shirt|
We are bursting with excitement and we just can’t hold it in anymore…
Over the past six months we have been working diligently to relaunch Mooselick Brewery under a new brand that represents what we believe in and strive to become. We are finally ready to share the new company with you and celebrate the rebirth of Mooselick Brewery as Granite Roots Brewing!
As a nano brewery tucked away in the Monadnock region of the granite state, we are big believers in the New Hampshire way of life. The local support we have received to date has been incredible and is the reason why we still exist. We want to make sure we hold true to the NH way of life as we continue to grow and expand the brewery.
If we’re not sourcing our ingredients right from our farm, Monadnock Berries, we strive to source it as locally as we can. Even our merchandise comes from local vendors and artists. While we are sacrificing profits by not always choosing the lowest cost option, success to Granite Roots Brewing is much more than the maximum amount of profits we can generate.
We believe the name Granite Roots Brewing encapsulates our mission of creating farm to bottle beer while doing our part to strengthen the local community. We invite you all to come celebrate the beginning of a new chapter with us on multiple occasions in April.
Thank you all for your support over the past two years and we look forward to celebrating with you this April and beyond!
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This weekend, April 8th and 9th we will be celebrating the last week as Mooselick Brewing by bottling up 10 fresh limited edition mystery six packs.
Included with each six pack:
The first 30 6 packs purchased the 8th and 9th will include a 4 pack of VIP tickets to our rebrand launch party the weekend of the 29th/30th
Why we created the Rootlet series:
If you are a craft beer lover like us, you cherish the excitement and anticipation of “opening > pouring > looking > swirling > smelling > tasting” a new beer for the first time. We were pretty confident nothing could top the experience of trying a new beer until Granite Roots Brewing LLC was born.
We quickly realized that starting at opening a beer was only half the equation and by starting the experience with raw ingredients makes the excitement and anticipation of “opening > pouring > looking > swirling > smelling > tasting” a new beer for the first time heaps of hops more enjoyable.
How will the series work?
As a small batch craft brewery using as many local ingredients and no shareholders to answer to, we have the luxury to experiment as much as we like! And experiment we do! Over the past year we have released 12 new beers while continuing to brew favorites such as Moose on the Roof and Blue moose.
With the Roolet Experimental IPA Series we want to experiment even more but with greater focus and scientific rigor. To explain from a high level how we will be running this series we are going to use the root system of a plant and apply the concept to the IPAs we created to date.
Let’s start with the definition of a taproot: a large, central, and dominant root forming the center of the root system from which subsidiary rootlets spring. To date, Moose on the Roof has been our IPA taproot, the standard base IPA we used as a starting point for all of the other IPAs brewed.
Next the definition of a rootlet: small, fine, adventurous roots that grow from the taproot. To date the rootlets of Moose on the Roof have been, Atmoosphere, Monadstock and Doc Hollidaze. The majority of the experimentation for the three IPAs came in the form of different hops and tweaks to the grains we used.
Moving forward, each new rootlet experiment will be added to a Rootlet experimental IPA Series page where you can track the experiments over time, ingredients, etc.
In the future, when a Rootlet is just so damn delicious that we all can’t get enough of it we will put it into limited production. If we are all still in love with it after a few more brews it will become it’s own taproot, be given a new name and have it’s own rootlet experiments.
What you can do to get involved:
As we mentioned earlier in the post, we want to share the excitement of experimenting and the anticipating of tasting a new beer that you were involved with from start to finish. So here is how you can join the fun.
Sign-up to follow the creation of each new rootlet and join the discussion to help craft the final brew. Notifications will be sent at the following points throughout the brew.
– Recipe – choosing a new rootlet to experiment with
– Final recipe we will use for the brew
– How the brew day went and the unfermented wort gravity
– How the fermentation process is going – fermenting wort gravity
– Dry hopping/Carbing
– Final ABV & IBU
– Heads up on pre-release tastings when available
Well we do, and at Mooselick we have created a Halloween special this weekend for the tap room that we hope recreates the excitement and anticipation of trick-or-treating for those of us over 21 years of age.
We have put together 30 mystery bags that will be for sale this weekend at the tap room. Each mystery bag comes with a minimum of six 16oz beers discounted for $30 dollars. Some bags have a lot more!
Below is the breakdown of the extras distributed between the 30 bags
When purchasing a mystery bag, you will be asked to choose a number between 1-30.
Mooselick has you covered for Father’s Day!
Whether you are looking for an enjoyable experience with dad or the ultimate gift, Mooselick has you covered!
1. The Father’s Day gift that keeps on giving. Give dad the present of a growler of the month club. The growler of the month club gives dad the chance to swing by the brewery on his own time and fill up his growler with his favorite beers at his convenience. Easily purchase a growler of the month club membership online in minutes! Valid ID required for pick-up.
2. Stop by the brewery for a tour the with Dad on Sunday between noon and 6pm and enjoy a tasting of 6 of Mooselick’s local, hand crafted nano brews. Show dad how much you really love him and buy some beers to go as well. The beer garden is opened and the weather forecast is looking good for a relaxing afternoon of beer tasting fun.
3. Swing by the tasting room Thursday, Friday or Saturday and get a special Father’s Day beer pack. Hand pick 6 of our local, freshly bottled hand crafted nano brews and get a free Mooselick pint glass for Dad to get maximum enjoyment from his present.
We have a BUNCH of new tasting events coming up these next few weeks!
First, we have a Winter Beer Tasting at Elm City Brew Pub in Keene, NH on Tuesday, February 16th at 6pm! Tickets are $30 each, and you can call (603) 355-3335 to get your tickets!
Second, we have the Freshman Orientation Tasting as part of Portsmouth’s Beer Week at Throwback Brewery, and that takes place on Saturday, February 20th. There are two sessions available: Session 1 is from 10:30am-11:45am, and Session 2 is from 12pm-1:30pm. Tickets are $30 each, and you can go here to order them online. For more information on this tasting, you can go here!
Last but certainly not least, we will be doing a food and beer pairing with Luca’s Mediterranean Cafe on Sunday, March 6th at 5pm! Tickets are $85 each, and they are going fast! You can call (603) 358-3335 to get your tickets! Check out Luca’s Facebook Page to find out more information about the dinner and which of our beers are being paired with his food!
We crafted a refreshing Belgian Witbier with subtle notes from the blueberries we added during fermentation. Unique growing Conditions west of Mt. Monadnock allows us to grow some of the happiest blueberries in New England.
A bit more malty sweetness than an IPA and more restrained bitterness. We crafted this beer to be an easy drinking flavorful beer Ingredients that shine in this brew include wheat (smoothness and light haze), caramel malts (touch of honey sweetness), Cascade and Flaconer’s Flight 7 C’s hops (spicy grapefruit aroma).
Our beloved Strawberry Hefeweizen is back for only the 5th time in three years. Made with strawberries grown on our farm up the hill, these berries traveled from vine to fermenter within hours. Enjoy!
This IPA got it’s start as the 4th experimental IPA in the Rootlet Series. It was followed up by an encore brew, but we all could not get enough! An IPA with bold flavors of orange, pineapple, grapefruit and passion fruit. Brewed regularly in honor of the mountain that stands alone.
A rich, smooth American coffee stout made with Parker and Sons Midnight Oil (dark roast) that they roast themselves in Peterborough, NH.
There is a bit of darker malt to give a nutty touch to this easy drinking beer, but is there a slight different flavor in there? Try just a tad of fruit to add the slightest fruit satiation…can you tell what it is?