Budweiser Brewery Tour in St. Louis
Welcome to the Tour
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.
Nostalgia is evoked with the old transportation trucks.
The tallest Clydesdale of the nearly 200 they own.
Massive vats begin the brewing process.
The Old Brew House
The 1892 brew house is a sturdy reminder of Budweiser’s past, which used to school children at buildings around the brewery.
Rice Ingredient in Budweiser
Adolphus Busch decided to add rice to his lager beer, suiting the tastes of St. Louis workers sweating from the humidity and heat.
The mash tun heats the water and milled grain.
Budweiser has been brewing since 1876.
Bottling is mass-produced, efficient, and wonderful to witness.
The bottles snake through the brewery.
Can Line #60
1,650 16-ounce cans are produced every minute at the St. Louis factory.
Time for a drink in the tap room!