Budweiser Brewery Tour in St. Louis

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Welcome to the Tour
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Welcome to the Tour
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Welcome to the Anheuser-Busch Tour Center in St. Louis, Mo., where you will be greeted by guides with microphones who give history lectures on the place.

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Mark Damon Puckett

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Transportation Trucks
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Transportation Trucks
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Nostalgia is evoked with the old transportation trucks.

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Mark Damon Puckett

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Clydesdale
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Clydesdale
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The tallest Clydesdale of the nearly 200 they own.

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Mark Damon Puckett

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Beer Vats
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Beer Vats
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Massive vats begin the brewing process.

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Mark Damon Puckett

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The Old Brew House
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The Old Brew House
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The 1892 brew house is a sturdy reminder of Budweiser’s past, which used to school children at buildings around the brewery.

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Mark Damon Puckett

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Rice Ingredient in Budweiser
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Rice Ingredient in Budweiser
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Adolphus Busch decided to add rice to his lager beer, suiting the tastes of St. Louis workers sweating from the humidity and heat.

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Mark Damon Puckett

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Mash
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Mash
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The mash tun heats the water and milled grain.

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Mark Damon Puckett

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Budweiser Building
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Budweiser Building
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Budweiser has been brewing since 1876.

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Mark Damon Puckett

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Bottling
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Bottling
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Bottling is mass-produced, efficient, and wonderful to witness.

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Mark Damon Puckett

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Bottle Line
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Bottle Line
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The bottles snake through the brewery.

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Mark Damon Puckett

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Can Line #60
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Can Line #60
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1,650 16-ounce cans are produced every minute at the St. Louis factory.

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Mark Damon Puckett

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Tap Room
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Tap Room
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Time for a drink in the tap room!

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Mark Damon Puckett