Budweiser Tour

Took a tour of Budweiser. Again it was free so and we heard it was cool. So we went. Glad we did. The architecture was pretty neat, the facts were amazing, and over all it was just a neat thing to do. At they end they had samples of free beer. It was just really cool to learn the history of Anheiser-Busch and how they got started, how they stayed going during the prohibition by making cereals and breakfast drinks, and how they recycle 5bottles for every 4 they sell and produce 4% of Americas animal feed. They also have the worlds largest herd of clydesdales. Truly magnificent horses.

Dad if you read this, I think you would really enjoy this tour if you ever come to St. Louis. It’s like touring the old houses only you go thru like 3-4 of them in one tour. 🙂

  • Gordon Lamey

    June 27th, 2010

    Dude free samples? how many “free” samples do you get? how many times can you take the tour in a day? do the Clydesdale’s drink the beer? do they really have a dalmatian? How much beer could a whole herd of Clydesdale’s drink? Are those frogs real? Just so you know my family sits down every night to follow you guys on the road. keep the posts coming its great to see what your up to

  • rcornmesser

    June 27th, 2010

    Free samples, yes, two per adult, Shelli didn’t like it, so more for me. Clydesdales aren’t 21 so they can’t partake. Yes they have dalmations, we didn’t see any though. Clydesdales would drink like 100 gallons each. Which frogs are you referring too? And I am happy you follow us. We miss you guys. Really wish we had gotten the roof rack and bumper thing welded up before we left, we miss our bikes 😉

  • Gordon Lamey

    June 29th, 2010

    BUD—WISE—-EERRRRRRRRRR what do you mean what frogs? are you crazy? Thanks for the info had alot of questions, never new anyone that had been to the promised land. I still dont have had time to weld that stuff for you if it makes you feel better. miss you guys to, notice we talk more that your gone?

  • rcornmesser

    June 30th, 2010

    Oh yeah… Those frogs. Wow that’s going back a ways. 🙂 The tour was really neat. Some day we want to go tour the horse farm where they keep the clydesdales.

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