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At 4204 Main Street Brewing Company we believe simple and amazing food and beer pairing is a staple in life and we wanted to share that. Our neighborhood restaurant and brewery is a place to meet, experience amazing food, carefully brewed local beer and to enjoy life. Whether you love food or you love beer you’ve come to the right place. We are here for the food and beer lovers just like us.
Excel Bottling Company produces flavored soda using cane sugar, returnable bottles, and vintage bottling equipment. The county’s favorite soft drink, Ski, was added in 1961 and accounts for the majority of soda produced. We are one of a few remaining “mom & pop” bottlers left in the nation. As a huge fan of craft beer, we established Excel Brewing Company in 2012. The company has brought hoppy, West Coast style beers to the Midwest, as well traditional German style lagers that celebrate the heritage of the Southern Illinois.
Peel Wood Fired Pizza & Brewing Company boasts a large dining room, a lounge area with couches and oversized chairs, a 30 seat brew pub, and a 40 foot butcher block bar. In the brewing area, you will find an impressive display of the brew house and fermentation equipment. The 7bbl brew house and 8 vessel fermentation room can be viewed by visitors through glass panels. We bake our pizza creations in a Mugnaini wood burning pizza oven, for authentic Old World Italian baking.
Meet your favorite Super Hero during the Super Hero Shuffle 5K/10K Run & Walk and Family Festival at the Confluence Tower Saturday, Sept. 10. This event is sponsored by and benefits Isaac's Rays of Hope, a non-profit organization supporting children with cancer and their families. Join forces with Isaac's Rays of Hope as we honor our smallest but mightiest Super Heroes, kids fighting cancer and other life threatening illnesses! Dress in your favorite super hero costume (not required) and enjoy a scenic stroll or run down the Madison County Confluence Trail near the Lewis and Clark Confluence Tower passing the Lewis and Clark State Historic Site and the meeting of the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers! Course is primarily flat with a few minor inclines. Strollers and wagons welcome.
Come to the Lewis & Clark Confluence Tower and enjoy free live music in the new outdoor amphitheater. Well known musicians from around the region will be featured during this fall's "Rockin' on the Rivers" Concerts at the Confluence. The concerts will be held for seven consecutive Sundays, beginning Sept. 4 and running through Oct. 16 from 2 to 4 p.m. Visitors are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets. Concessions will be available.