I was poised not to like this place but had a pretty good time. It was surprisingly unpretentious, even cozy. The service was very attentive. Their beer selection is every AB In Bev product, which is a lot of beers even if the range of styles is not all over the map. The food was really good. Great value. I would come back.
Like going into the belly of the beast. Kinda felt like visiting a theme park - most of the focus was on making it a family friendly experience focused on the history of the company, the lovely brick buildings, the pretty clydesdales, and the gift shop. The beer and Brewing felt like an afterthought.
Not a craft beer destination, but a destination rich in history that you’ll inevitably find a new beer or two to tick. The tour is cool, and you get a free beer at the end. Atmosphere is awesome (huge and open), and service was good. We didn’t eat, but they have food. I laughed at the idea of going here initially, but I’m glad we did.
Any beer geek ought to stop by, even if just to see how beer ought not to be made. They have an informative tour, and it is well done. The small museum at the entrance is also interesting for the history of beer. Nuff said.
Nice outdoor atmosphere. Nice selection of their beers and several other beers from the many breweries owned by InBev. The bratwurst on the pretzel roll was delicious as were the fries with parmesan cheese sprinkled on them. Lackluster beers on the menu, but the food and atmosphere was pretty darned cool. I’ll probably go again next time I’m in St. Louis.
A huge tasting room at the brewery that has a good number of lessor available AB InBev beers. Service was of course very friendly but most were not that familiar with the beers. No food on my visit and prices were quite good. The quality of beer isn’t high but it is still worth the experience.
Visited at the end of RBSG 2014 for a brewery tour. Free tour included a sample of Budweiser or Bud Light and a free draft pint of your choice at the end. Okay tour, worth a look if you’ve never done a bigger brewery tour I guess. Draft list includes the usual macros with some lesser known ones, also a tap for Goose Island. Didn’t try the food, not sure how ordering food worked since no one ever came over to ask. Merchandise store has shirts, beers, hats, and other items for sale. Pretty ample amount of free parking.
Like so many things in America, lots of flash and no substance. Very pretty and efficient, smiles and pretty girls everywhere. Very busy with entertainment and shopping. Lots of never heard of beers, but all towards the macro lover. This is a ticker dream, but craft nightmare.