A handful of years ago, officials with Pepsi approached bar owner Kelly Market with a unique proposal: To paint a mural on the side of the building.
Recently, the process was kicked into full gear and on Friday, the bar was honored for the effort.
Officials with the City of Brazil -- along with Brazil Main Street, Inc. -- honored Market and her father, Ray Allen, with certificates of beautification.
Brazil Mayor Brian Wyndham also presented the two with City of Brazil T-shirts and keys to the city.
Market told The Brazil Times creating the mural was a "long, drawn out process."
"(Officials with Pepsi) had wanted to do this for a while," Market said.
Those involved then contacted Clover Signs.
Jared Robertson -- who serves as graphic artist for Clover Signs -- then created a design for the mural, which was eventually approved by Pepsi and Market.
From there, Robertson and his wife, Christy Robertson -- who also serves as Assistant Art Curator for the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology -- began the process of painting the mural.
The background of the mural is painted in red and white and also includes the logos for both Pepsi and the Alabama.
In addition, there is a banner in the middle of the mural stating, "Clay County is Pepsi Country."
The mural also includes silhouettes of people painted in blue.