Schade Tower in Spokane, WA

IMG_20140630_153935.jpgThe Schade Brewery as it stands today was constructed in four phases: ca. 1902, 1903, 1907 and 1934-37. The old Schade Brewery provides a prominent physical reminder of past social, industrial, and architectural eras. It is a striking landmark, and a local manifestation of national trends. The building takes its name from Bernhardt Schade, the brewmaster who had the building erected in 1903. Today the building is home to various businesses–but it continues to be an interesting piece of Spokane’s landscape.

About Linda Miller Sheets

Linda is a retired Realtor/Instructor in the state of Washington. The love of community and people has opened the door to seeing her surroundings with a freshness not shared by everyone. Hopefully, this collection of everyday places, events and people will bring joy to others! Her husband, Everett will participate in the "hunt" for just the right captured moment in the beautiful Northwest.
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