Hop, hop, hurray! Our doors reopened on July 31st at 4 pm, under our new food permits (509).
Not only will we still have our food trucks, we will also have a new grab-and-go food station, & our newest adventure: The Tricycle Popsicle Cart!
We look forward to seeing you all, safely!
– Masks are required and will be available
– Indoor service will be at 50%
– Tables will be 6 feet apart & not pushed together
– Maximum 8 people per table
– No congregating
– Butts in seats
– Bar seating has been removed
– No Run or Group Play Policy
– New closing hours of 10 pm
– Sanitation stations are available
– Single-use plastic cups
– Continuous sanitation of all surfaces, tables, and chairs inside and out
– Daily staff temperature/symptom checks
– Daily disinfectant fogging
Online ordering is still an option! Click the “Order Online” tab at the top and enjoy your crowlers at home!
GRB has Re-Opened!
We have received the best news we have heard in a long time today! We are allowed to open with a registered food vendor on site￼ (Food Trucks).
Furthermore, please give us grace during this tough time. We will be implementing all government-mandated rules and CDC guidelines with additional GRB Rules. Please see the below list:
-Indoor service will be at 50%
-Tables will be 6 feet apart
-No single table will have more than 10 people
-No congregation at the bar or outside
Additionally, GRB has enacted the following policies:
-No table reservations and parties on premises until a later phase of reopening
-No pushing together tables
-All beverages will be served in single-use plastic cups
-A strict No Run or Group Play Policy for both inside and outside. All groups need to be contained to their seating area
-Sanitation stations have been established around the brewery
-Until we are officially allowed, there will be no bar seats
-Continuous sanitation of all surfaces both inside and out
GRB and COVID-19
Our mission has always and will forever be community-centric. With this statement comes heavyweight and civic responsibility. With full hearts, we are temporarily closing Grove Roots Brewing tasting room and outdoor biergarten, per guidelines due to COVID-19. We are many things: Winter Haven’s living room, a social melting pot, and a tourism venue. A place where everyone can come and feel welcome. It’s not just beer, you are our passion.
To help keep a little normalcy, curbside pick-up of To-Go ONLY crowlers will be available for purchase:
TO ORDER: Click the “order online” tab at the top of the banner. Bring your order number or last name on the card and ID with you. Come to Grove Roots and pull into the drive-thru line between 4-7 pm. A team member will meet you at your car to give you your to-go only order. No need to get out! And please stay in your car. Note, a 20% tip is shown on the screen and is changeable.
HOURS OF OPERATION: Monday-Sunday 4 pm-7 pm. No other times are available. Remember to order online before coming to pick up.
SANITATION: All crowlers are brand new. Filled using gloves and sanitized inside and out with commercial-grade sanitizer. They will be delivered to your cars with gloves on. Our goal is no cross-contamination between any customers.
ENJOY: At home!
SALES: All proceeds, every penny, from GRB Curbside Pick-Up will be allocated to our employees. Thank you for supporting local businesses!
Grand Opening September 17, 2016
PRESS RELEASE – Grove Roots Brewing Company, led by Winter Haven native Joseph Dunham, will be celebrating its grand opening on Saturday, September 17, 2016. The all-day event will run from 2pm to 11pm and feature live-bands, food trucks and—of course—lots of freshly brewed Grove Roots beer. (more…)
First Craft Brewery Coming to Downtown Winter Haven
Grove Roots Brewing Company, led by Winter Haven native Joseph Dunham, announced today its plans to open Winter Haven’s first craft beer brewery. Expanding on the success of the Tampa-St. Pete craft brew community, Grove Roots will celebrate the city’s strong connection to the citrus industry and contribute to the cultural revitalization of Winter Haven’s downtown. With plans to restore one of the city’s historic industrial buildings, at a location to be announced, the 15-barrel brewhouse and tasting room is set to open in mid-2016. read more…