After the European Auto Show, me and a few of my buddies regrouped and headed to a pretzel place called Gus' I've never heard of the place but my buddy Ryan and his wife Amy swore it was the mecca of all pretzel places. And my God they were right. We walked into this long skinny hallway with some windows that allow you to view into the pretzel making process. there's some pictures framed on the wall that indicate this place has been around since the beginning of time, and I see why. We got some hot dogs and bratwursts wrapped in the most delicious pretzel I've ever consumed. Needless to say. Go to Gus' if you every find yourself in St. Louis.

After we devoured our pretzels in the alleyway next to Gus' we headed across the street to the Budweiser Brewery. Now, Being from Kansas City, Boulevard is obviously my beer of choice. but as they say: When in Rome, do as the St. Louisans do...or something like that. 

This place was amazing. I don't know too much about the history of Anheuser Bush, but this place was simply amazing. The Clydesdale collection they have is unbelievable, and the buildings are even more astonishing. I was definitely super impressed with the place, and might even go back....maybe....probably. The tour was a pretty standard brewery tour. This is how we make our beer, this is why our beer is better, blah blah. Just give me some free shit and show me how cool your stuff is! haha. All in all, we had a good time checking the place out. Here's some pictures of us eating pretzels drinking beer.



oh yeah. then there was this guy.....

oh yeah. then there was this guy.....

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