Granite Roots Wholesale
Welcome to the Granite Roots wholesale page. We created this page so that you can browse what we currently have available for wholesale before we call. If you need anything between our scheduled runs feel free to give us a call or send us a text.
Wholesale Pricing (Case of 24 – 16oz cans)
|Beer Name, Style, ABV||Price|
|(oh) What a Rain it Would Be – NE IPA – 6.2%||$69|
|Face Plant Into Rock – Belgian Tripel – 9.2%||$72|
|Ribbon Reflector – Fruited Sour – 5.9%||$69|
|Golden Hour – Fruited Sour – 5.7%||$69|
|Golden Acres – Pilsner – 4.6%||$56|
|Java Roots – Coffee Stout – 6.0%||$60|
(oh) What a Rain it Would Be ($69/case)
The 3rd installation of our hazy New England IPA series is double dry hopped with Citra and Huell Melon.
Fermented with London III ale yeast, this IPA hits you with with fresh citrus and juicy ripe melon.
Face Plant Into Rock – Belgian Tripel ($72/case)
A well balanced Trappist ale using Belgian yeast, a touch of coriander, and Hallertau Blanc hops.
Face Plant into Rock has a clean malt flavor, slight bitterness, just a hint of dryness, and carries notes of fruit and spice.
It’s a solid Tripel that hold’s it’s own in the category, and is Granite Root’s most requested beers when you take into consideration the popularity of Belgian Tripels vs. other beer styles.
If you have a segment of customers that are regularly buying Belgian Tripels, Face Plant will move.
Ribbon Reflector Fruited Sour ($69/case)
This sour is packed with real raspberries and blackberries adding a unique tartness and flavorful burst.
This beer is bright in both color and taste; deep red, crisp, dry and refreshing.
Golden Hour Sour ($69/case)
Mango and Passion Fruit sour made with real fruit and lactose.
Delightfully tropical and lightly soured. Perfect summer refreshment.
Golden Acres Pilsner ($54/case)
Named after a barley field on our original farm in the UK.
This beer uses German Pilsner malt, Sapphir hops and larger yeast to build a crisp, refreshing pils for all the enjoy.
Java Roots – Coffee Stout ($60/case)
We took our base stout and dosed it with a bold blend of roasted coffee beans from Barrington Coffee. After tasting multiple coffee blends we settled on Blend 413 to bring out the chocolate flavors while still highlighting the coffee notes and roasted malts.