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Great Heights Brewing Company
6 ratings
Great Heights Brewing Company
United States

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Post author: Edgeworth
Edgeworth
@ Great Heights Brewing Company
2 years ago
3.3
Here at my son-in-law's in Houston at our 5th Brewery of the day, Great Heights Brewing Company. Sixth beer on a flight of six. Beautiful slightly hazy light yellow color. Has the expected notes of banana and clove. Citrus has some very thin back notes of citrus but nothing specific. Surprisingly clear for a wheat beer, expected more haze which wasn't there. Not my favorite hefeweizen but not bad either.

Post author: Edgeworth
Edgeworth
@ Great Heights Brewing Company
2 years ago
3.9
In Houston with my son-in-law at our fifth brewery. On our fifth beer on a flood of six. Extremely hazy, deep yellow color. Typical New England IPA citrus aroma. Strong grapefruit flavor but I'm not picking up anything else, no tropical fruit. Low level bitterness which I appreciate. Pretty good beer.

Post author: Edgeworth
Edgeworth
@ Great Heights Brewing Company
2 years ago
4.2
In Houston with my son-in-law at our 5th brewery, this is our fourth beer on a flight of six. Crystal clear light yellow in color. Very soft texture for a Mexican lager. A little sweeter than expected. This is a very tasty and drinkable beer. Could easily enjoy a six pack of this on an afternoon.

Post author: Edgeworth
Edgeworth
@ Great Heights Brewing Company
2 years ago
4.4
With my son-in-law in Houston at our good brewery today. Third beer on a flight of six. Dark brown but not totally opaque. Light chocolate aroma. Flavor is, wow! First I get a clean raw coconut, not a candy or processed coconut. Followed closely by a delicious roasted chocolate. Finish continues with the roasted chocolate / coconut combination that is balanced perfectly. This is a very good beer.

Post author: Edgeworth
Edgeworth
@ Great Heights Brewing Company
2 years ago
3.9
With my son-in-law in Houston visiting our fifth brewery of the day, Great Heights Brewing Company. Second beer on a flight of six. My first dunkelweizen beer. Very dark reddish brown amber, mostly clear, slightly hazy. Flavor is distinctly dunkel at the first and then has some cloves in the finish. Also finishes dry and somewhat bitter. Very unique for me. I really like this beer.

Post author: Edgeworth
Edgeworth
@ Great Heights Brewing Company
2 years ago
3.6
With my son-in-law in Houston Texas at our fifth brewery of the day, Great Heights Brewing Company. Sharing a flight of six unique beers. Starting with a Kolch. Clear light yellow color. Light, crisp, pretty good flavor and body. Has the correct amount of hockey bitterness in the finish. I think they accomplished what they were trying to do. Very drinkable.