Abandoned places

***Please note: We had direct permission from the owner to shoot here. This location is private property.***

Perched on the Mississippi bluff with the trolley line at its front door the Tennessee brewery was at one point the largest brewery in the South. With more than 1500 workers producing more than 250,000 barrels per year, the Tennessee Brewery was a titan in the beer making industry. When prohibition hit, operations shut down, but resumed afterwards producing the best known leading beer in Memphis called “Goldcrest”. The building which was erected in 1890 is basically unchanged today. The brewery officially closed in 1954. The current owners (who gave us permission to shoot there) purchased it a few years before the 2008 market crash in order to keep it from being torn down. They are holding on it hoping that someone will make an offer to renovate or restore it as a mixed use building.

To see more images and purchase prints click here: bit.ly/1lIZCxY

Walter Arnold Photography

j vimeo.com/83448649

Loading more stuff…

Hmm…it looks like things are taking a while to load. Try again?

Loading videos…