Brewery Lights Christmas Light & Tree Display At Anheuser-Busch St Louis – Budweiser Biergarten STL

Brewery Lights Christmas Light & Tree Display At Anheuser-Busch St Louis – Budweiser Biergarten STL


We’re gonna go to see the Brewery Lights at the Anheuser-Busch brewery in St. Louis. It’s free to come to, but there’s
different charges for extra things, like riding the train. Or if you need to rent
skates for their skating rink, or $10 for preferred parking that gets you closer.
But otherwise, parking is free if you can find a place on the streets to
park. We’re in line to go into the Biergarten.
And they stamped your hand with a snowflake. They gave you a card for a
Holiday Sample. That’s if you want to get a complimentary 16-ounce beer at the
sampling tent. Lots of cool decorations here. Lots of people in this room. I think
they’re all waiting in line to get a free drink. Let’s go see, Donna. There’s an Anheuser-Busch Christmas tree made out of old wooden cases. Looks like these are the lines to get your beer. Different kinds are on tap. I think there’s like eight different beers on tap. They make a lot of different types. They’ve got a suite of over 100 beers. Like craft beers? Local beers? Yeah, they bought a lot of craft breweries. They’ve got some of their most popular ones here. We all have like these sampler cards. Did you guys get a card? Yes. You guys want ours? You want another one? Take another one. You guys are the best! You’re welcome to it – that’s okay! There’s lots of wooden tables for people to sit at and drink. And there’s also food you can get here.
So you get free samples of beer. We don’t drink, so we gave ours away. But over
here you can get creamy potato soup, Biergarten pretzels, chicken bites, Bratwurst, pulled pork. So it smells really good over here. Billy Goat chips we’ve had those before. Those are really good, like homemade chips. So, are you guys from a restaurant here in St. Louis, or do you always sell food here? Yeah, so you’re actually in our outdoor Biergarten. Behind those doors is the indoor Biergarten. We normally do sell foods like burgers, brats, salads and everything. We just have our Holiday Lights going on. So what you see on here is what we have for sale at this station and at two other stations in the area. Awesome! We have a YouTube Channel! So, thank you! Hi guys! Thanks! Appreciate it! There’s a little lounge section over in this corner. We came in at that end, and we’re going out at this end. Then we walked out to the open courtyard
where all these lights are at out here. And I can smell s’mores cooking. There’s a fire going there. You can pay extra and get some s’mores. There’s a little
carriage to sit in and take pictures. And, of course, there’s Christmas music
playing. Ahhhh, this is pretty! All these red lights. This is a really good view here. This really looks awesome! These trees are really pretty. They line this whole street here. We’re gonna get a video selfie there with the lights behind us. Looks like they’re doing some wood
carvings over here. With chainsaws. It might just be a Cardinal! We’re gonna walk through this tunnel
with all the lights overhead. Looks like it’s dancing to the music. And it opens out to another courtyard,
another street, where there’s lots more lights. It’s another Christmas tree made out of
crates. Snacks and drinks in there. A lot more lights down this street.
We’re getting close where you can see the big Budweiser sign on the side of
the building up there. There’s a big Frosty you can get your picture taken
with. And he’s got a twin over there, I think. And they have a peg game there that the kids can play to make different designs. There’s a little train over there for
the kids to ride, or I guess anybody to ride. A nice big Christmas tree. A fire pit, where you can roast your s’mores over it. And cold beer and hot soup in this tent. Some blocks to play with on the tables. This is kind of a kids area, looks like. And you can watch some old Christmas specials on TV here. Not even sure what
that one is. I think it is part of Frosty. Here comes the train! With real train noises! And over here is the skating rink. Oh, a toboggan place where you can get your picture taken. And the skating is free if you bring your own skates. But they do have skates
to rent if you need some. We’re gonna go check out the rink. They’ve got a little Zamboni machine out there. Looks like it’s a little John Deere Zamboni! And skate rentals are three dollars for children, five for adults. And the proceeds go to the St. Louis Blues Alumni charities, so for a good cause. And the skating is until 9 pm? We stay open until 9:30, we just stop giving out skates at 9. Okay, thank you! This looks like another beer tent. And I
see some popcorn, snacks, kettle corn. And thank goodness, there’s some hot
chocolate, too. And a DJ! But, it is really cold tonight. In the 20’s. And there’s a little
breeze. So, check the weather before you come, but probably dress warm. I know for sure they do all this Thursday through Sunday. The other days, I think you can walk
through and see the lights, but not all this is going on. This is the Holiday Hideaway over there. And you can reserve a fire pit area. And that’s what this
area is. There’s little s’mores fire pits. It’s also a good place to keep warm. We’re all booked up for tonight. Okay. But if you want one in the future, check out the website. There’s a couple of different package options. And you can book it online or you’d have to do it here? Online. Okay, great, thank you! There’s a walkway through here. Lots of Christmas trees. Paintings. Really cool, like a Christmas tree walk. Trees on both sides. There’s a pretty tree. All yellow. Some more of the Christmas trees. I think right there are the stables that
you can go through. A really long line, so we may not get to do that tonight. Those
are the stables to go through and see the Clydesdales. More pretty trees and decorations. And all the bushes are covered with lights. And this looks like the indoor section of the Biergarten. So it’s nice and warm in here. You can
get drinks here. And there’s a tree made of beers. Okay, this is the gift shop. They’ve got a lot of stuff for our St. Louis Blues. And all kinds of beers. Chocolate-covered pretzels, sea salt caramels. And then it looks like maybe clothing on this other side. Jewelry. They even sell gloves. $3.50. if you forgot your gloves. And here we have some actual coats. Nice stuff! I know! Those are Columbia brand,
which is really good. Trying to see a price. $120. But, boy, if they like beer, there’s Budweiser, oh a Clydesdale shirt, beer and baseball.
Anheuser-Busch. It’s a big Clydesdale toy you can buy. And there’s another big Christmas tree there. That’s very cool. There’s an awesome wreath out in front of the indoor part of the Biergarten. That was a lot of fun. A little cold, but
the lights were really great. And we’d recommend you go see it. Just dress warm!

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