The Anheuser-Bush Brewery is a 142 acre complex with red brick Romanesque buildings adorned with elaborate details and square crenelated towers. It includes 189 structures, one of which is the notable Brew House which was built in 1891, which is popular for its intricate iron-work, multi-storied hop chandeliers, and the magnificent use of natural light.
The brewery alone opened in 1852. It produced the infamous Budweiser beers.
Today, the Anheuser-Bush Brewery offers free public tours. Here, people can visit and take a look around the brewery and the other structures in the complex. Legal aged visitors are also given two glasses of any product by the Anheuser-Bush for free.
Anheuser-Bush Brewery was made into a National Historic Landmark in 1966.