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- $48 for a Beermaster tour for two (up to $70 value)
- $95 for a Beermaster tour for four (up to $140 value)
- See the tour schedule.
Excursions stop at the facility’s brew house, packaging facility, and several cellars, as well as the home of the West Coast Clydesdale team. During the two-hour walking tours, guests can sample beer from throughout the brewing process and take home several souvenirs.
Anheuser-Busch's brewery tours unfold at six breweries across country. Despite different locations, the tours explore the same brewing legacy—one that started with a single St. Louis brewery in 1852 and blossomed into a internationally recognized brand name synonymous with beer. The tours' highlights include:
The Insider Details
During walking tours, visitors learn how Budweiser has honed its beer-making process to perfection. That means following the journey of one beer batch from farm to table—or, in this case, pint glass. En route, they may cool off in a dark beer cellar or come face-to-spout with a brew kettle.
Budweiser's Clydesdales made their inaugural public appearance in 1933, celebrating the end of the Prohibition era and the beginning of Riding a Horse to a Bar Era. Since then, the equine celebrities have maintained a busy schedule. However, when they aren't marching at parades and fairs or starring in the company's game-day commercials, the horses call Anheuser-Busch's St. Louis and Fort Collins facilities home.
The Beer Gardens
If the brewery tours aren't enough proof of Anheuser-Busch's hospitality, the beer gardens are. Along with myriad taps featuring the company's domestic and international brands, these onsite restaurants offer beer flights, brewmaster-curated tastings, and the hearty, German-influenced food that best complements its brews.