Minnesota has well over 100 taprooms that specialize in everything from craft beer to cider, but only one is as unique as the one that just opened.

This one-of-a-kind taproom is completely non-alcoholic and family-friendly, the only thing you'll get served up here is some old-fashioned soda with some crazy flavors. Northern Soda Company located at 601 Campus Drive in New Brighton has been making its unique soda since 2019 and are the masterminds behind this original concept.

The new Craft Soda Taproom is located next to their production and canning facility and offers a wide selection of fresh soda from the tap in a wild variety of flavor options including, apple, cherry citrus, mango citrus, caramelized pineapple, vanilla bean sarsaparilla and more traditional flavors like root beer, cream soda, grape and lemon-lime.

Northern Soda Company
Northern Soda Company

The soda is made in small batches with cane sugar and according to their website, their soda "doesn't have extra preservatives or bizarre chemicals." The cans are all designed with a retro vibe and they have fun naming their sodas with names like Pontoon Punch, Sunday Purple, and Due North.

Not only can you enjoy the craft soda at the taproom, but they are also serving up floats, and slushies, plus you can get flights of their sodas. The taproom will also have pizza, snacks, and arcade games and visitors can enjoy a tour of the soda factory.

Northern Soda Company will also offer the new taproom for birthday parties, meetings, special events, and private parties, just imagine getting 10 kids jacked up on soda for a kid's birthday party, sounds like a blast!

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