Breweries Bubbling Up Across St. Louis Metro Area

Most people associate beer and the city of St. Louis with the iconic Clydesdales of Anheuser-Busch. There are several new breweries to the area that are looking to make their mark in the city’s beer history books, and the St. Louis personal injury lawyers with Cofman Townsley Injury Lawyers would like to give you a sneak peak.
Tomorrow, 4204 Main Street Brewing Company will open its doors for the first time at its location in Belleville. The facility will begin with seven beers on tap, including a California Common Rye.
According to KSDK 5 News, Main and Mill Brewing Company is planning to open its facilities in Festus this fall. Construction is the current focus, and brewmasters plan to have a coffee porter, a pumpkin dark ale, and an IPA ready in several months.
Other breweries are in the planning phases in Alton, Granite City, and Edwardsville as well.
While breweries can be a great way to get a taste of the city or region you are in, it is important to remember that drinking too much can lead to motor vehicle accidents that leave drunk driving victims in their wake. This why the attorneys with Cofman Townsley Injury Lawyers would like to encourage those who plan to visit St. Louis’s newest breweries to do so responsibly by planning ahead and designating a driver before heading out. Following just this one piece of simple advice could save lives.