I knew that this location existed, but I did't expect to see it looking out of the window from the malt roastery I was visiting that day. So after I
was done there, the tour was extended a bit with one more place.
Historically, there is nothing interesting about this company. Actually, I could hardly find out anything. I think that this factory was part of a larger combine that had production sites all over East Germany.
From the look of it, parts of the factory building have been used as a location for techno parties for a while. There are a lot of remains from bars, couches, neon colors and other techno-related stuff around.
In fact, the only thing that definitely told me that this really used to be a brick factory was a kiln for baking single bricks, probably for material testing purposes.
The building itself has been almost completely emptied out and taken apart by copper thieves and vandals.