Their name comes from the Eureka Heights fault system that runs under the brewery itself. Houston has faults but nothing like the ones on the west coast!
Eureka Heights Brewing Company is located in a 20,000-sqft warehouse in the Heights off 20th street and Durham previously occupied by Jake’s Fine Foods. The combination of experience, easy-drinking craft beers, and a sense of humor sets them apart from the rest of the Houston craft breweries.
They have a number of happenings going on. Events such as markets, yoga, live music, some of the best food tucks rolling in on a schedule. Of the Houston craft breweries Eureka Heights is best described as a neighborhood brewery. Yes, a neighborhood brewery which sounds like a notch up from a local pub or bar. Talk about Houston beer turned neighborhood beer!
Eureka Heights has flights of their Houston beers for all their year-round beers ranging from cream ales, a milk stout, and IPAs. Buckle Bunny, a cream ale brewed with corn; Wicket Awesome, an Extra Special Bitter; Mostly Harmless, a pale kolsch; Space Train, an India Pale Ale; and Moo Caliente, a Mexican milk stout. You can also buy growlers of all these Houston brews to-go!
Eureka Heights has the most table space of all the Houston craft breweries which adds to the ambiance. Foreign Policy food truck, Buttz BBQ, Flip n’ Patties are just a couple of gourmet food trucks that stop in. Foosball, Giant Jenga, Cornhole and other activities will add good times to be had here. As they say on their site…you can silently judge others with their game skills.