This is a section of the Albion Brewery building from 1883. The section shows the inner workings of the building and how it operated as a brewery during this time. The steam pump located in the cellar would pump grain and hops up to the top of the brewing tower. The system then used gravity to process the hops while falling to form beer, which would be processed further in different areas of the building. The beer barrels were also produced within the building with the cool cellar area being used for storage.
Within the cellar today, the footings where the steam pump once stood can still be seen and there is also a well where natural spring water flows under the building where water used to be collected for the beer making process.