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Anheuser-Busch Brewery

Category: Brewery + Winery

775 Gellhorn Drive, Houston, TX 77028


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Anheuser-Busch Brewery - Reviews from across the web

Anheuser-Busch Brewery - user review
My wife had never been to St. Louis, much less the brewery, so I convinced her that we should take a tour. We drove to the brewery at a little past 9:00 a.m. We entered the new gift shop/museum/tour building and awaited the next tour. It wasn't long, since there are tours leaving every 15 minutes, 3...

Clydesdales, Beer, History!! - user review
What major city has a World Famous Clydesdale Hitch, home to the largest selling beer (Budweiser) and more historical buildings in one block than Philadelphia? Yes, SAINT LOUIS...

Extremely pleasant staff - user review
For those with strollers, leave them in the car. Its much easier to carry the child in arms or carrier than to push the stroller. There are stairs (3 flights) plus a trolley...

Too short - user review
I work in manufacturing, and wanted to see more behind the scenes. This tour was more about the history of the brewery and the horses, not the ...

Anheuser-Busch Brewery | Museum/Attraction Review | St. Louis | Frommers.com - expert review
Anheuser-Busch, one of the worlds largest beer brewers, was established at this site in the 1860s, and many architectural gems from that time period remain. Tours of the brewing process take in the 1885 Clydesdale stable, the historic 1892 Brew Hou...

Loved It - user review
Definately hit the brewery when your in St Louis!! Its free!! The whole place reminded me of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. This place is huge. It was probably one of the clean...

Decent But Not Great - user review
I drink beer socially, but usually not Budweiser, but my family and I decided to take the tour of this facility anyway.Firstly, the tour is free, so how can I complain? I took a mu...

Anheuser-Busch Brewery - user review
You don't have to be 21 or even a beer drinker to enjoy the Budweiser Beer Tour. They take you through the whole process of making the beer. I have been on the Coors and Miller tours and feel like this one was the best. Budweiser has 12 breweries across the country, but St. Louis is the first and la...

Free beer good beer - user review
Personally I like microbreweries more, but like them or not Anheuser is a huge part of St. Louis. It was an interesting tour, but as many have mentioned you really dont get to ...

The King Of Beers - user review
I have always been a ?úBud Man?? so touring the historic Anheuser-Busch Brewery is a religious experience. Well, not quite. I do enjoy walking around the grounds, taking in the history. Beer has been brewed here since the mid-1800?ôs and the brewery has gone through many changes. The Anheuser-Busch ...

Dont miss it. - user review
Our family of five visited March 31, 2007. We went to the arch in the morning, and then to Budweiser. We walked right in, and the next available tour stared an hour later. That ...

Very good Tour - user review
Very good tour, only took about an hour. If I was a beer drinker I would consider switching to Bud products, the facility was very very clean.At the end of the tour you get two glasse...

Great Tour - user review
This was a great tour. We had two great guides and would definitely go on it again. At the end they offer two generous samples of any beer they have on tap at the time. What's great a...

Family Trip - user review
This is a historical and informative tour. We had a large group with children and we all had a great time! The Clydesdales are beautiful, the staff was friendly, and the hospit...

Anheuser Busch Brewery Tour - user review
While you are in the area, make sure and go on the free Anheuser Busch brewery tour. It is just across the interstate from the other sites mentioned in this journal. The tour is comprehensive and provides a neat overview of the brewing process, and the bottling process. You also get to see the famou...

ANHEUSER-BUSCH - expert review
St. Louis is home to the world's largest brewer, the maker of Budweiser beer. Tours of the company's world headquarters, in south St. Louis, include the stables where the famous Clydesdale horses are kept. www.budweisertours.com. COST: Free. Closed Sun. Address: 12th and Lynch Sts., St. Louis, MO, U...

Great experience! - user review
We expected a short, informal tour, much like most other breweries. But, this tour was very well orchestrated, showed a wide variety of things, and was topped off with a free beer...

Mmmmm....Beer - user review
You can never go wrong with beer! Even in this bible belt buckle of a city! Maybe when you exit the tour you will be in such a state of bliss that you forget wher...

Anheuser-Busch Brewery - user review
The Busch Tour is, without a doubt, a must--come on, its FREE! You walk in and there's all sorts of displays. Get your ticket from the front desk and then wait around until your tour starts. When you begin, the first thing you see is the Clydesdales . . . they're so cute! They have one outside and o...

Worth the trip - user review
I am not a beer drinker but my husband is, so we took the tour, which was free. I did enjoy seeing the famous Clydesdale horses (they are HUGE!) and the stables. My husband enjoyed learning...

Budweiser Brewery - user review
Tours run every half hour while the brewery is open, and start in front of the gift shop. You get a good history of the Augustus Bush family. Then you are taken through the brewery, getting information on how the beer is manufactured. The tour guide is informative and can answer about any question a...

Anheuser Busch Brewery Tours - St. Louis - expert review
Come join us in witnessing the brewing of the world's finest beer. You'll follow the making of Budweiser from raw natural ingredients like barley malt, rice, hops, yeast, and water to the full-bodied, crisp-tasting, refreshing brew loved across the globe. We'll take you back more than one hundred ye...

A place to catch a buzz - user review
I liked to visit there, becausing it is very interesting, and they take you on a tour, plus you get to sample the beer. Ive also been to Jack Danielles Distillory, but ther...

An enjoyable tour - user review
We enjoyed the tour very much,it was interesting to learn about the history of the company. My daughter enjoyed seeing the horses. My son enjoyed the race car. The flowers on the gr...

Not much to see - user review
This is the first large-scale brewery tour we have taken, and we were somewhat disappointed. The tour seems to carefully avoid showing tourists any real brewing going on. For instan...

Go take the tour! - user review
The tour is great, you should find out how your beer is made. The tasting at the end is the best though- the beer is s...

Anheuser-Busch Brewery - user review
The Anheuser-Busch Brewery is the largest of its kind in the world. To tour the brewery, you need to get tickets. My suggestion is to go there early on the day you plan to go. Depending on how many people have gotten there before you, depends on what time your tour will be. Once you get tickets, you...

No title - user review
It was pretty good for free. They do show you part of the brewing process and give you two glasses as samples at the end. The packaging piece that is the last stop was pretty over-the-to...

Great Tour at a Great Price! - user review
After spending spending $20 to reach the top of the Arch, my girlfriend and I decided to hit the Anheuser Busch tour. The tour is free, and it begins with a self-guided timeline of The B...

Fun and Free! - user review
Taking this tour was so much fun. My husband and I were in St. Louis for a little getaway without the kids and to see the Reds play the Cardinals in the new stadium. We stayed downtow...

ABPeople.com: Brewery Information - Houston, TX
operates one of 12 breweries in its nationwide system in Houston, Texas. The Houston brewery went into production in 1966. It has the capacity to produce about 12 million barrels of beer annually. The Houston brewery recently completed extensive modernization and expansion projects that automated br...

Anheuser-Busch - Community - Diversity
The Houston brewery contributes to a number of local organizations including the Hester House, Houston Area Womenís Center, Houston Food Bank, Toys for Tots Jacinto City Foundation and Neighborhood Ce...

Anheuser-Busch - Community - Diversity
Dave Maxwell was named resident brewmaster for the Houston brewery in January 2001. Maxwell was promoted to the position after serving as senior assistant brewmaster at the Houston plant. He began his career with Anheuser-Busch in the Research Pilot brewery in 1989 and has held positions in brewing ...

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