I've been to several of the other Anheuser-Busch breweries and this one was the least impressive that I have visited. I am unsure if it is because of the merger with In-Bev or the lack of a bottling facility or that the factory is one of the smallest in the distribution chain, but the tour was less enjoyable than previous visits to Jacksonville, St. Louis, and the now defunct tour in Williamsburg.
First, the tour guide only offered us a single ten ounce serving of one of In-bev's products. Second, the products offered were not even bottled in the factory, they were sent in from another brewery. Third, and probably most important, they informed the group that they did not offer Budweiser, because they did not receive their order. It would have been unthinkable that when the Busch's controlled the company that they would offer Belgian & German Beers but not their flagship brand.
One positive from the tour was that we were able to go on the factory floor and we were able to enter the tank rooms. The guide seemed knowledgeable, but there was really no reason to ask any additional questions. If you have never been to a brewery and are I the area, it is worth a stop, but if you have been to other Anheuser-Busch breweries in the past, you will be disappointed.
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