The Centennial Malt House in St. Louis was once an integral building in the old Chouteau Avenue Brewery complex of German-born brewer Joseph Maximilian Schnaider. Constructed in 1876 from a design by prominent brewery architect and engineer Fred W. Wolf and local architect Louis Kledus, the brick malt house building exemplifies the German Rundbogenstil (round arch) style. It is the only surviving building from the complex, which in 1885 was considered one of the most complete breweries in St. Louis, employing 80 men. Today, the Centennial Malt House is home to Moulin Events and Meetings, The Malt House Cellar, Vin de Set, PW Pizza, 21st Street Brewers Bar, The Jefferson Ballroom and Grand Petite Market. We have transformed the building into several exceptional private event spaces and restaurants using the beauty of the century-old interiors. To view the location and details of the various rooms and restaurants within the building, click on the white dots in the picture above.