Anheuser-Busch Brewery Lights & Clydesdale Event…..

Anheuser-Busch Brewery Lights & Clydesdale Event…..

Anheuser-Busch Merrimack Brewery is hosting a Brewery Lights celebration this week through the end of the year. Beginning Nov. 17 through Dec. 30, guests will be able to see thousands of lights on the brewery grounds, eat s’mores around the firepits, sample beers, visit with a Clydesdale, along with other family-friendly activities. The Merrimack Brewery will “flip the switch” on Thursday, Nov. 17 at 5:30 p.m. to kick-off the two month long festivities.

The event to see the lights is free. The s’mores kit is $10 and feeds 4 people.

Check out our full calendar for the season HERE! We’ll be adding so much more to it. So keep checking back!

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25 Responses to Anheuser-Busch Brewery Lights & Clydesdale Event…..

  1. Katrina says:

    How much does it cost?

  2. Kate McCarty says:

    The link below has prices

  3. Joann says:


  4. Joanne Chiasson says:

    Are dogs allowed?’

  5. David Levesque says:

    Prices are here:

  6. Charlene lear says:

    There’s NO prices -where you seeing them? I clicked on Merrimack and nothing

  7. Tristin says:

    It’s a free event , except for the smores the kits are $10

  8. Dani says:

    Totally not worth the trip. We went and couldn’t even visit with the horses.

  9. claire says:

    we went tonight and it sucked .very few lights and the horses were not open to see.
    there was no one around to let you know where to go or to answer any questions

  10. Jaime slocum says:

    We were just here and the employees were unaware of an event. Nothing is planned other than regular operations most of which stop at 5. Seems to be some miscommunications over at budwiser.

  11. Disappointed says:

    This event was terrible. We were there before 5 just in time to see the horses, and then head to the other events. There were no other family events, so we decided to get some smores for the kids. They ran out! The manager said this even was not planned for Merrimack, but other locations. I think she was just covering. I suggest not taking kids!

  12. Barbara Walden says:

    Very disappointed, very few lights, stables were closed and by 5:30 they ran out of s’mores.

  13. Christine Stanizzi says:

    Such a disappointment–kids went to see the horses–closed at 5, no Christmas music, ran out of smores and hot dogs.All by 5—

  14. Nikki says:

    Nothing much to see. When we asked the workers about the “event” they had no idea what we were talking about. No horses, s’mores were gone, and very little lights.

  15. Todd says:

    Took my grandson tonight about 5:00 pm everthing was closing up, gift shop beer garden, no place to get s’mores , I thought it was open until 8:00 pm Very disappointed grandson. I guest we could have sat and look at the one tree that had lights on it outside of thr gift shop. big bust.

  16. Stephanie Gerstein says:

    Has this event gotten any better?

    • Virginia Michaud says:

      No. Very disappointed! I went last night with my family. The light display was a few trees lite up. You can see more Christmas lights driving around your home town. The s’mores looked like a success, but it was crowed and not very safe for little kids. The best part was seeing 3 Clydesdales in the barn.

  17. Julie R says:

    I want to check this out!

  18. Laurie says:

    Did anyone go recently?? Is it still crappy?

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