Courtesy of Anheuser-Busch
Our national brew made here
In 1870s St. Louis, Adolphus Busch aimed to do with beer what President Ulysses S. Grant was trying to do with the post-Civil War United States: Unite a dramatically different population. Busch wanted a beer that would appeal to every taste. And no one, even microbrew snobs, would deny his success with Budweiser.
The Anheuser-Busch Brewery tour provides background on both Busch and the beer-making process. Over 21? You can toast the pioneering Mr. Busch with a sample of his American beer during the popular finale to the tour, the hospitality room.
For more information about touring the brewery, visit www.budweisertours.com.