AB Tour (& More!)

A tour of…

Anheuser Busch Brewery

Anheuser Busch Brewery

I wore my red pants.

I wore my red pants.

Budweiser B

Budweiser B

Stained glass in the Clydesdale stables

Stained glass in the Clydesdale stables

Budweiser Clydesdale

Budweiser Clydesdale

Neigghhh

Neigghhh

Beautiful spring light

Beautiful spring light

Logo

Logo

On the campus of the brewery

On the campus of the brewery

Tower

Tower

Brew House

Brew House

Nana and Pop inside the brew house

Nana and Pop inside the brew house

It smells delicious in here!

It smells delicious in here!

Pretty architecture and lots of light

Pretty architecture and lots of light

The brewery tour is definitely worth checking out if you are ever in St. Louis. It’s free! Including free beer! After the tour we went to lunch in…

Lafayette Square (a neighborhood in St. Louis)

Lafayette Square (a neighborhood in St. Louis)

At Square One Brewery

Where they were also brewing beer!

Where they were also brewing beer!

We enjoyed eating outside next to this cool fountain (Spy Garden needs a fountain like this!)

We enjoyed eating outside next to this cool fountain (Spy Garden needs a fountain like this!)

Ahhh! Spring!

Ahhh! Spring!

Look! The Arch!

Look! The Arch!

Look! They're building an Ikea!

Look! They’re building an Ikea!

It’s always fun to go into the city for inspiration. Back home in Spy Garden…

The seedlings are waiting to be planted

The seedlings are waiting to be planted

A blank canvas of dirt

A blank canvas of dirt

Dogwood

Dogwood

Dogwood

Dogwood

Dogwood

Dogwood

And check out this guy!

And check out this guy!

A false morel (poisonous)

A false morel (poisonous)

Hope you all are having a nice weekend!

 

5 thoughts on “AB Tour (& More!)

  1. Pingback: Best of Spy Garden 2015 | Spy Garden

  2. narf77

    We have a brewery in Launceston and at certain times of the day you can smell the delightful smell of what I can only describe as “cereal” wafting through the town. There are MUCH worse smells to be wafting out of factories I can tell you! ;). I think you had better get Smoochie onto a few bags of concrete and some decorative moulds and get yourself one of those sweet “A” fountains Ms Spy. Tasty! We have cornus (dogwood) as well and they must be pretty hardy as they survive not being watered for months on end through our long dry period known as “summer”.

    I am a fungiphile. I ADORE mushrooms and toadstools of all kinds. My screensaver on my PC is a slideshow of fungus. I keep swearing that I am going to go to university and study mycology so that I can know, without a shadow of a doubt, which of my paramours I can eat and which I can just stand back and admire. I just added your gorgeous specimen to the latter list and I didn’t even have to go to university to learn that! You learn something every day ;). Glad to see that spring is springing. Autumn is…er…”autumning” here on Serendipity Farm and we have crisp chilly mornings and Brunhilda is back pumping out the heat and she just, most kindly, made me a pot of tea that I am just about to indulge myself shamelessly with. Might even drink the whole pot! Sometimes you have to live a little (note to self “DON’T drink the whole pot, you have to go to the city today and that’s quite a long trip without a toilet…” ;) )

    Reply
    1. Spy Garden Post author

      https://spygarden.com/2013/02/05/mushrooms/ Check out some of these mushroom photos! I love mushrooms too. I am a little afraid to eat foraged mushrooms but would love to become a confident mushroom-foraging expert because I LOVE to eat them. I cook them (usually portabello or white button) at least 3 times a week; they are vegan gold! Glad you are enjoying southern hemisphere spring ;) er, “fall”!

      Reply
      1. narf77

        We call it autumn here and yes, I am really enjoying it :). Just about to head out into the jungle area of blackberries and other exotic weeds today to lay waste to it. We have some seriously interesting plans for that part of the garden and the weeds have had it their way for too long. I want to plant my nut trees out and this is about as good as it gets on Serendipity Farm when it comes to areas to plant in so its me and the weeds and a weed whacker today! :)

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