18 Oct Projects: Block 7
1009 W Juneau Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53233
The six-to-seven-story cream city brick Malt House was built in 1882 and was one of the world’s largest brewery-owned malt houses. The Malt House will become 118 market rate apartments in early 2020 featuring preserved kilns and repurposed historic brewery artifacts.
Captain Pabst Pilot House
In 2015, Pabst announced their return to Milwaukee, this time brewing beer in the historical church. After two years of renovations, Pabst reopened the church in 2017 as the Pabst Milwaukee Brewery & Taproom. The church now serves as a pilot house brewery, creating new and unique beers in the basement, while the taproom on the second floor was used as a music venue, restaurant, and hosted brewery tours. In early 2020, in conjunction with the launch of Captain Pabst Seabird IPA, the building was rebranded to the Captain Pabst Pilot House, focusing on imaginative craft beer offerings while paying homage to Captain Pabst’s historic recipes. Captain Frederick Pabst was wild; his life was filled with seemingly random endeavors, fueled by his adventurous spirit and willingness to push the boundaries.