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Anheuser-Busch, Houston

Categories: Breweries, Food & Drink
Inspirock Rating:
3.5/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web
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  • Loved to tour and the samples. Got a glass and a hat included with the tour. Four samples and a full beer at the end. They have two different tours-the one we did was more in depth with more inclusion...  read more »
  • We recently spent a few hours visiting the brewery while the Clydesdales were in town for the 50 year anniversary of the Houston facility. It was really a warm day and the Clydesdales were a real trea...  read more »
  • We did the full tour and it was just me and my wife had vip treatment ... the visit is very cool, takes place in all facilities of the factory with good explanations about the process. Must for anyone who likes beer. In the end, tasting of several brands at factory.
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  • Parked my truck went into drivers lounge. Waited for my call for a door. Then all of a sudden 4 Spanish speaking guys talking in Spanish (couldn't understand them because I don't speak Spanish) started to talk to me about a Volvo truck with a broken driver side mirror and a scratched door. Then I asked them what color is the truck and they said grey. It turns out to be my truck. I went outside to my truck and sure enough my truck was damaged. Driver side Door and mirror. I asked did anyone see the person who damaged my truck and of course all said no. Now I know 1 of 4 guys in that drivers lounge did it but won't admit. So I asked security 4 video footage and they say they don't have video which is BS. So my advice to anyone is do not go to this Anheuser Busch in Houston, Texas because chances are when you wait in drivers lounge 4 your call 4 a door . Your truck might get damaged or will get totally damaged. NOT COMING BACK TO THIS PLACE EVER.
  • As a truck driver I was in and out fast. My load was a drop n hook. Pulled in, waited my turn in line to get on scale, got checked in etc in about 20 min tops. The hard part was parking my empty trailer. There were only a couple of spots open with very little space plus a bunch of trailers dropped sideways in front of others giving even less space. Once hooked to loaded you'll need to secure load (either load locks or straps) then go back to security where they'll check it, then seal it. You'll get weighed too. They really take it to the limits on weight. Once balanced I was about 1200# under gross limit and about 200# under the 34k limit on drives and tandem axles. I did not like that security forgot to give paperwork on check in, told me to use 2 straps or load locks then have another tell me only one is needed. They also really need more space to drop your empty trailers. Overall it wasn't horrible but could have been better. In and out in about 1.5 hours total.
  • My favorite thirst clincher , how do I not visit the brewery!! Besides that, it was an educational hour tour, with the opportunity to taste the freshest beer possible and sample some unique new blend. Wish I could make it back to see the Clydesdales later this month.
  • The Poor Security office trying to run both side of the gate all by her self.. Line backed up.. Hard to park trailers on site..
  • The pulling in, weighing with your MT, dropping your MT, going back and weighing your tractor, exiting then going through the side gate to get your loaded trailer (God forbid if the inbound trucks are blocking it or you're not moving for awhile), then exiting across the scale again is BS. WTF?!?!? Tight lot where all the MT's and loaded trailers are all together, made worse by the yard spotters parking trailers across from the spaces. In other words, a major clusterf----. Also, my load info said I had to go with a full tank of fuel. Knowing how beverage loads are often overloaded, I said screw that and went with 5/8 tank. If I had I would have been backing into a dock to get some weight taken off. I hope I never get another load out of this place, or any other Anheuser Busch brewery again.
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