With the discovery of high-productivity oilfields in granite buried hills, it is necessary to systematically investigate the types of granite weathered reservoirs at different depths and their spatial distribution. However, previously subdivided reservoirs have been assumed to exhibit the same vertical zoning in different structural parts, contradicting the fact that the degree of weathering varies with the topography. In addition, comprehensive and quantitative methods for classifying reservoir types are lacking. Taking the Binxian Uplift of the Dongying depression in Bohai Bay Basin as an example, we therefore established a comprehensive identification standard for dividing granite reservoirs using lithology division, logging curve statistics, a dual-medium matrix–fracture model and seismic facies identification. Subsequently, by combining logging and seismic methods, the vertical stacking types and distribution properties of weathered granite reservoirs in various structural positions were analysed. The reservoirs were divided vertically into three zones: regolith, dissolution and fracture. Quantitative logging response standards for the different reservoirs were established using acoustic, density, natural gamma and resistivity logging. In terms of the seismic response, the regolith, dissolution and fracture zone corresponded to high-, medium- and low-amplitude seismic facies, respectively. A dynamic double-layer structure of the reservoir was established, comprising a completely weathered layer and a semi-weathered layer. The reservoir division method proposed in this paper can be used in other areas, and the research results can help promote the exploration of granite buried hill reservoirs.