The award-winning Stary Browar complex housed in an old brewery dating from 1844 and has been dubbed an art, leisure and shopping extravaganza, and its success a sign of Poznań’s economic renaissance. It was opened in 2003 and marked a successful move away from out-of-town developments, and a new trend for inner-city regeneration projects.
The shopping center is adjacent to a Class A high-rise office complex.
Key tenants: Bershka, Zara, H&M, Alma, KappAhl, VAN GRAAF, Empik, Zampier, Molton, Buty Polskie, Boutique 2002, Wrangler Lee His, C&A, Wojas etc.
Cafes, restaurants: Art Sushi,Berlin Doner Kebap, BIOWAY MIX, Blow Up Bar, Blow Up Restaurant, Browar Pub Słodownia, China Town, Coffee Heaven, Coffee Team, Cukiernia Hanna Piskorska, Cukiernia Piotr i Paweł, Cukiernia Sowa, Express Marche, Ghiacci, Kandulski Café, KFC, LeTARG BISTRO&BAR, Marynarka, Miód malina, North Fish, Petit Paris, Piano Bar, Piccolino, Pizza Hut, Pożegnanie z Afryką, Salad Story, SO! COFFEE, Sphinx, SQ klub, Starbucks, Weranda Lunch & Wine, Wook express.
Entertainment zone: Art Stations, Browar Pub Słodownia, Multikino, Słodownia, SQ klub.
Old Brewery 50 50 is one of the 20 best buildings - architectural icons built in Poland after 1989 and a part of the exhibition "Poland. Icons of Architecture.
The building was designed by a historic factory - the former Brewery Huggerów.
The new wing of the Old Brewery, similar size to the already existing portion opened March 11, 2007. The new wing has six stories including three underground levels. A parking lot for 1200 cars was built under the building. The courtyard between the two parts of the Old Brewery was enclosed, so that is also used in the winter.