There is no other beer experience in the world like a tour of the Anheuser-Busch brewery. With six Brewery Experience locations across the country,. Excursions %26 Experiences · Biergarten · Clydesdales · Contact. Choose from a variety of experiences, customized to fit your interests and timelines.
Tours of the main brewery in the United States include a visit to the Budweiser Clydesdale stables, the historic brewery and the Bevo bottling plant. Also visit the Anheuser-Busch gift shop. Built in 1891, the Brew House is a tourist favorite with its clock tower, ornate wrought iron railings and the hoppy chandeliers of the 1904 World's Fair. The free guided tour lasts approximately one hour, while a Beermaster paid tour lasts 2 hours and has different rates depending on whether or not you are of drinking age.
Since I have done the old complementary tour many times in the past, I decided to visit the new museum. The Day Fresh brewery tour is basically the old free tour and you still visit the bottling line along with everything included in the free tour. The free tour has been reduced and you no longer visit the bottling line, but you'll still see the Clydesdale stable, beech wood aging tanks and the Brew House. This tour lasts approximately 2 hours, visits everything on the Day Fresh Tour and much more: the primary fermentation cellar, the beer cellar and the finishing cellar.
In addition to watching the entire brewing process, guests can also visit the world-famous Budweiser Clydesdales West Coast team at the Fort Collins Brewery. The Beermaster Tour is a behind-the-scenes adventure and you'll be able to sample beers directly from the tanks, just like the A-B brewmasters. Now I admit it, I went on this tour while the children were in school; that day I took a friend with me. Additional information about the Jacksonville tour is available on this page or visitors can call 904-751-8117 for tour options and reservations.
Your free tour will guide you through a blend of rich brewing heritage and cutting-edge technology as you tour the brewery and packaging facilities. If you're taking your whole family to the brewery, I think I'd still recommend the complementary tour, especially now that it's shorter. As your guide takes you from the resort to the Budweiser Clydesdale paddock and stable, the beer cellar, the Brew House, the Lyon school and the Bevo packaging plant, you are surrounded by a sense of history and the smell of hops. Currently, the brewery offers free self-guided tours where guests can learn about Budweiser's unique seven-step brewing process that was created more than 100 years ago.