Tours of Anheuser-Busch headquarters take visitors on a memorable journey through part of America's brewing heritage, which dates to 1852. Anheuser-Busch brewery tours have been one of the most popular tourist attractions in St. Louis since tours began in 1887, with more than 400,000 visitors each year. Located at I-55 and Arsenal Street, the brewery is also home to one of three traveling Budweiser Clydesdales teams.
The century-old stables, featuring stain glass windows and a massive chandelier house an eight-horse hitch and a beer wagon weighing four tons.
Visitors can tour the historic Brew House, located at 12th & Lynch St., and see the copper kettles, wall murals, ornate wrought-iron railings and hop vine chandeliers. A multimedia presentation highlights the brewing process. The tour continues through the Bevo Packaging Plant, where high-speed bottling and canning lines can be viewed. Free tours are available year round. Wheelchair accessible.
The complimentary tour of the complex is wheelchair accessible year round. Call 314-577-2626 for additional information. (Tours of the stables and Brew House are closed until further notice.)
Visitors can tour the historic Brew House and see the copper kettles, wall murals, ornate wrought-iron railings and hop vine chandeliers.
The outdoor Biergarten adjoins the entrance to the Tours and Gift Shop.