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All reviews free tour clydesdale horses free beer pretzels great tour gift shop brewing process brewmaster tour free samples at the end different beers beer tasting bottling line tasting room beer garden bud light tour starts beautiful grounds
I loved the tour I took of the brewery last spring. We did it as a work outing and was enjoyed by all. I don't like beer, but I has a small cup of beer write out of the tank and I really liked it....More
We did the Bud Light tour ($10 pp). We had a bud light sample and then two samples of other beverages at the end. Our tour guide was OK. We ate at the Biergarten. Waitress wasn’t very friendly but the food was good and reasonably...More
Fantastic ! The horses are so big, you would not realize til you are next to them. The staff was full of information and the questions from the other children have you more questions. And the Christmas lights were great - got us in the...More
Used to be the free tour included various parts of the actual brewing process, seeing the different interesting activities in the brewery. Now you get your picture taken in front of a carriage to purchase later, see a few horses from a distance and hear...More
Great time and lots of interesting facts about the beer and the Clydesdale horses. We enjoyed our 4 hours St the brewery. Our tour guides were very knowledgeable and personable. This was a great time with little planning on our part. Worth the time and...More
Great tour with interesting details of the brewing process. Ending at the Bier Garten that is relaxing and comfortable. The only drawback is that if you don't like beer, there is no wine or cocktails available to enjoy.
If your considering the Budwiser plan tour then the recently added Biergarten is an added bonus. Great beer, good food, and light music can be found weekends. Even better is the outside seating when weather permits.
Here you will have the opportunity to tour not only the but the farm stables where the Clydesdales are trained. Both are very interesting. There is a gift shop where with a variety of souvenirs and a bar where you can sample different beers. They...More
The grounds were decorated for Fall and Halloween and were beautiful. Our tour of Budweiser's history and brewing center was interesting and neat to see and then to sample some of the different brews was fun. The best part for us...those awesome Clydesdales ! We...More
Photos with the Clydesdales on May 6th (first Saturday of every month). However, a full listing for May hasn't been published. I'd suggest sometime in April that you google "Anheuser brewery Merrimack NH" and as you navigate... More
Photos with the Clydesdales on May 6th (first Saturday of every month). However, a full listing for May hasn't been published. I'd suggest sometime in April that you google "Anheuser brewery Merrimack NH" and as you navigate their site, review their "Calendar of events" section to review upcoming events in May.
Tour is for everyone, though I would think it's more for an older crowd. That said, I took the brewmaster's tour. I've taken my 11 year old granddaughter there on an informal visit and it was great. Check if the web site... More
Tour is for everyone, though I would think it's more for an older crowd. That said, I took the brewmaster's tour. I've taken my 11 year old granddaughter there on an informal visit and it was great. Check if the web site says when they shower/ groom the Clydesdales.