|Sodas made in Minnesota (a lot here, but mainly Joia, North Star, and Spring Grove).|
|The 3 free pinball machines are ALWAYS popular.|
|My 2 boys on the far left waiting their turns. Last time when we were there, I pulled down a soda box |
for Charlie to stand on. I see that Blue Sun realized that was an issue and made little steps. Sweet.
|There were a LOT of people in there.|
|My boys got their turn after a few minutes.|
|The "Dead World" soda tasting at the front of the store.|
|All of these gross-sounding flavors (like "rot berry") are all "normal" flavored sodas. Nothing gross.|
|The "Dead World" display on an end cap in the store.|
|They added a big loose candy dispenser since I was there last.|
|Charlie got a rock candy sucker.|
|I just grabbed 3 sodas: a novelty root beer, the "Slow Decay" root beer I tried, |
and a Lemon Meringue soda. Reviews coming shortly.
|Henry wanted a sucker with a REAL scorpion inside. He hasn't tried this yet...|
Here's a link to my post when my boys and I went to Blue Sun Soda for the first time 6 months ago. There are lots of photos of their soda selection in that post.
So check out Blue Sun Soda on Facebook, or in person in Spring Lake Park, MN. And check back soon for some new reviews.