This brewery is one of the most famous in the whole world, and certainly in the United States. Since 1855, the brewery has ... More
Anheuser-Busch St. Louis Brewery
This brewery is one of the most famous in the whole world, and certainly in the United States. Since 1855, the brewery has been producing America's favorite Budweiser beer along with other Anheuser-Busch brews, and also houses the renowned Budweiser Clydesdales. Tours leave around every 15 minutes to see the process of how this domestic brew is made.
It took two hours to take the tour, get your free samples ( yeah two full glasses!), and go thru the gift shop. The history of the buildings is interesting and how Anheuser-Busch survived prohibition compared to the many breweries in the area. The tours are free and the gift shop has just about anything you could want. A stop here is definitely worth the time.
Free. Free Parking. Free beer and pretzels. Beautiful. Clean. Staff was nice and accomodating. Clydesdales and Dalmations. Only thing you have to pay for is souvenirs. Interesting, fun, and informative even for non beer drinkers.
This was my husband and I's first trip to St. Louis and I was looking for free things to do and found this tour...I am glad we went it was fun and imformative. I would recommend it for anyone to do. U do get two free samples of whatever kind of beer they manufacture, or you can just go with the free fountain drink and preztels you get at the end..will take again when we go back..
This free tour was a lot of fun for me and my family. We went after a tour of the Chatillon Mansion which is nearby and it was a very nice contrast. I like the neighborhood as well. Definitely recommend for families and for for people who enjoy samples :)
This was one of the most interesting and in-depth tours I have seen. The guides were very friendly and great about answering questions. The whole experience was amazing. It really makes you realize just what an operation Anheuser-Busch is. The kids enjoyed also and it that in itself is impressive since they kept the attention of a 12, 11 & 7 yr old!
I was sitting around the hotel, wondering what to do,and decided to take the Budweiser tour. I am glad I did. The staff is likeable, very friendly. The gift shop, wow, it is worth the visit. The items are in a very good price range, and cater to every age.
The tour is about an hour, and from the Clydesdales, to bottling, to sampling, and is very interesting. Very enjoyable, lot's of walking,but it is a fun, crisp walk. And, all free, including the parking, which is apparently not common in St. Louis. This is defintely worth going to, and should be included in all trips to St. Louis. Pictures are alowed, I filmed the clydesdales, and the beer bottling on my Nikon cool pix. The end product is a large, 2 glass samples of Budwesier products for anyone over 21, it is also free. (The glass exactly like the one they serve the beer on is only 4.95, in the gift shop.)
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