That's how many cans of beer the Anheuser-Busch plant in St Louis can make in one day! They give a great free tour, with free samples, so off we went.
The Clydesdales were there to welcome us.
The Brewhouse, with its beautiful clock tower, was built in 1891.
On the tour we saw lovely stained class windows, chandeliers, and old restored wagons.
Each line can produce 1,950 cans of beer a MINUTE! They were doing bottles the day we were there, and they were just flying by.
The brew kettles are where hops are added in the process. To see all the steps, go here and click on each tab under "Brewing Process."
These are the beechwood chips used to provide the beechwood aging unique to Anheuser-Busch.
The chips and yeast are added to the beer in these fermentation tanks to completely ferment the beer. The process takes up to 6 days.
I'm sorry I didn't get any pictures of the free samples, but I did get a picture of Kasey Kahne's racing uniform. I was really hoping HE would be there!