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Had a great time learning about the process of how the beer is made and learning about the history of the company and the grounds. I had a service dog with me and they were extremely accommodating and welcoming.
Went on a hot summer day, it was a great tour to see what goes into brewing beer, got to see how it all comes together,,, walking thru all the different rooms, I had no idea what a “hop” was and at the end of...More
My friends and I came here because the city doesn’t have much else to do. None of us are really Budweiser or Bud light fans but still cool to see a piece of history. The tour guide was awesome and incredibly knowledgeable about the city,...More
The tour taken was the free 45 min tour of some of the brewery and the horse stables. Fantastic tour with knowledgeable guides. Price was free. They gave a tasting during the tour and a 16 oz draught beer at the end. For me and...More
Our evening at the Lights were very crowded. The number of restrooms did NOT meet this capacity. People are drinking beer - and that makes one only the middleman. There were not enough restrooms to meet the crowd. THe lights are pretty though.
I've been to both the Budweiser Brewery tour and the Coors Brewery tour (next year, the Miller Brewery). The Budweiser Brewery is worth it just to see the Clydesdales ... Wow, they are BIG; it's really something to see them in person! Also, it was...More
I liked the facility, the history, the beer garden, and the gift shop. The tour was mediocre though. One of the tour guides was great, the other not so much. Additionally, it seems like you don't really get to see much. I preferred the Miller...More
My husband and I had a great time on our tour! The 45 minute tour went extremely fast. We especially enjoyed fun facts about ending prohibition. We would suggest getting the $5.00 ticket so you know you get to go when works best for your...More
Reservations aren't technically required. But I recommend buying in advance. Some of the tours are limited and they could sell out. The BeerMaster tour we took was sold out. Luckily, we purchased in advance. :)