For 2.5 to 3 hours, accompanied by your own equipment, selected rooms of the old malthouse and box factory can be explored and photographed.An expedition for the eye with the lens that shows untouched spaces with unique details from another time!
The malt factory of the former Schultheiss Brauerei AG is located near the Südkreuz railway station directly in the metropolitan industrial area in Berlin's Tempelhof-Schöneberg district. In 1914, the Schultheiss Brewery decides to build an ultra-modern malt factory and implements this project until 1921, the year in which the malting plant opened. After the end of the Second World War, the Russians stolen many heavy equipment, which is why a lot of work was done by hand when the malt factory was put back into operation in 1950. In the following ten years the malting plant was electromechanised and expanded. Production of the malting plant ceased in 1996. To this day, the Malzfabrik is a visitor magnet and fascinates with its red brick buildings and wide routes. In 2005, the site was bought up, renovated and redeveloped. Today the Malzfabrik stands for a place of unconventional thinking, creativity and culture.