Budweiser Tour Part 1

Our next stop, after visiting Michelle, was to visit the Anheuser-Busch brewery and the Gateway Arch National Monument in Saint Louis, Missouri. We stayed in at the Granite City KOA in Illnois which is just across the Mississippi River from St. Louis.

After setting up the motorhome, Johnny decided he wanted to treat me to a sushi meal. He went to the KOA office and they recommended a sushi bar about 10 minutes away. When we sat down we realized that we were used to the menu at the Sake Bomb. After many questions, we ordered 4 sushi rolls and kept our fingers crossed. It turned out great.

The next day we headed for the Budweiser brewery. Another great experience.
I forgot my camera in the motorhome; so all of the pictures from the brewery are from Johnny's cell phone.

Four large sushi rolls. Each one was outstanding.

We could not decide which was best.

This is their headquarters and their largest brewery.

This is the lobby in the visitors center.

Johnny admiring half of the brews which Anheuser-Busch markets.

This is the other half.

This panel shows the history of Anheuser-Busch.

This gold bottle of beer was made in 1964 to mark the 10,000,000 barrel of beer produced by Anheuser-Busch. The first brewer in the world to produce that many barrels.

Four of their present labels.

Ford Model A delivery truck.

Foosball table in the visitors center. Bud against Bud Light.

Beer on tap in the visitors center.

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