724 N.Fifth Ave. Ann Arbor, MI 48104

Around 1865 John Adam Volz, a German brewer, built the brewery structure and his elaborate Italianate home next door. In 1868 Volz is listed as proprietor of "The Ann Arbor Central Brewery.” The larger of the building’s two wings is a simple example of Commercial Italianate style with arched windows and projecting brick window hoods. The gable roof and foundation of square-cut fieldstone are unusual for this type of building. Below the building are several brick vaults which were used for laagering beer. The upper level was used to process and distribute the beer.

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