Brewery Tours in St. Louis


While on the complimentary tour, you will observe the entire 7-Step Brewing Process and also see the world-famous Budweiser Clydesdales at our historic stables built in 1885. These majestic giants have become a symbol for quality and excellence and have appeared in some of the most memorable Super Bowl commercials over the years, representing an iconic part of Anheuser-Busch history.

To complete the tour, guests will also see some of our Brew Kettles and feel the cool Beechwood Aging Cellars.

The complimentary tour is offered throughout the year and lasts approximately 45 minutes. For tour times, please check at the reception desk upon your arrival.


The Day Fresh Tour is an eye-opening look at the journey of a beer from “Seed to Sip.” Guests will start the tour with a visit to the Budweiser Clydesdale Paddock and Stables, and then visit the Beechwood Aging Cellar, historic Brewhouse, BEVO Packaging Facility and more.

This experience lasts approximately 75 minutes. Tickets are $10 for guests 21+, $4 for guests aged 3-20, and children 2 years old and younger are free.


Proudly home to one of the top-rated brewery tours in the country, we’re always looking for new ways to showcase our rich brewing heritage and visitor experiences, especially at our flagship brewery in St. Louis.

The public is invited to tour the historic Old Lyon Schoolhouse building on our St. Louis campus, which is home to a modern museum housing nearly 400 unique historical items from the vast Anheuser-Busch archives.

Adult guests interested in exploring the Schoolhouse Museum can enjoy the “Historic Schoolhouse Museum” tour option for $15, guests 3-20 for $5 and guests 2 and under are free. 

Cost of tour includes stops at all three of the National Historic Landmark buildings on the campus, a presentation of the brewing process, a commemorative glass and complimentary beer sample for those 21+.

Guests enjoying the Complimentary or Day Fresh tours are also welcome to visit the Schoolhouse Museum at the conclusion of their tours for $5.


Stimulate your senses and satisfy your curiosity as you explore the art of brewing on the Anheuser-Busch Beermaster Tour. The tour provides a unique behind-the-scenes look at the brewing of Budweiser.

On the St. Louis Beermaster Tour you will visit the Budweiser Clydesdale Paddock and Stables, the historic Brew House, Lager Cellar, Packaging Facility, and Finishing Cellar, including a sample directly from a Finishing Tank for those 21+.

This experience lasts approximately two hours and costs $35 for visitors 21+ and $15 for visitors ages 13-20. Guests under 13 are not permitted to join this tour.  To commemorate your experience, a variety of gifts are provided to you as our guest. Reservations are recommended and closed-toe shoes are required for all guests for your safety.


Beer School is a fun and interactive 45-minute class that introduces you to a variety of beer styles, ingredients, proper pouring techniques and food-pairing suggestions. This program is limited to guests 21+ and costs $15 per person, which includes the class and gifts for the beer connoisseur.

We did the Day Fresh Tour. For $10 you get - a great brewhouse tour, sample 3 beers, a bottle of beer bottled that day, and a beer in the Biergarten

Budweiser Brewery Tour App

Experience the rich company history and 7-Step Brewing Process that was created and perfected more than 135 years ago to brew the most consistent, quality beer. This app is built to accompany any of our signature tour experiences and attractions offered at the St. Louis Anheuser Busch Brewery. You can review tour options and even book your Anheuser-Busch Brewery Tour, receive interactive and informative content on the rich history of AB, and enhance each stop of your personal tour experience through in-app multi-media.

Download this app to get the most out of your brewery tour

Budweiser Lager Tank

There are 66 of these lager tanks at the St. Louis brewery.

To consume a lager tank worth of beer, one person would need to drink one beer every hour, 24 hours per day for 130 years!
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