Named after the fault line that runs under the brewery, Eureka Heights Brewing Company launched in 2016, bringing interesting and approachable beer to the Houston market. The year-round offerings are known for their crispness, flavor and lower alcohol content—enabling revelers to enjoy more product “without seeing stars.”
Set in a renovated food service warehouse, the 20,000-square-foot operation makes room for ample parking, a spacious beerhall and cornhole near the fermenting tanks—though the indoor lawn games might be short lived, as Eureka’s brewing continues to expand. Though the current tap room, located in the front of the building, is not air conditioned, the hope is to eventually equip the space, giving Heights-area beer-lovers a cool place to kick back and enjoy the creamy Buckle Bunny ale, German Mostly Harmless malt or the fruity Space Train IPA, among others.
Eureka Heights’ tap room is open Friday, 4-8 p.m.; Saturday, noon to 8 p.m.; and Sunday, noon to 4 p.m.