When was the last time you stopped by Blue Line to sample our menu? We have a ton of tasty, refreshing brews on tap, but we also have a full menu of satisfying food available.
A member of the Blue Line family is in need. Ben has been with us for over five years. He is a great teammate, committed employee and most importantly a member of the family. Learna bout his upcoming benefit.
The last two baseball seasons for the Twins have been a rollercoaster, to say the least. So, what should we expect in 2018 from the Twins – and the rest of the MLB - this season?
The tournament starts this week, but there’s plenty of Madness to be had. We’re in the calm just before the storm, so let’s enjoy it by sorting out the tournament schedule and predict the top 4 seeds by region.
Peanut butter and jelly, milk and cookies, ketchup and mustard – sure, these dynamic duos are great, but can anything really come close to the satisfaction received from enjoying a beer and pretzels? Probably not. Here are 7 reasons why beer and pretzels are the greatest invention humanity has ever witnessed.
The biggest game in football is coming back to Minnesota for the first time in decades. We’ve taken the time to find out what’s going on in Minneapolis for gameday.
Get ready for Hockey Day Minnesota in St. Cloud! Learn about all the events and games taking place. The weekend kicks off at 5:00 PM Friday, Jan. 19th.
For some, the Holidays aren’t complete without a frothy glass of Eggnog. It’s not just a beverage, it’s a tradition. Learn about that tradition in our latest blog.
Fall marks the beginning of the season of stouts, black and brown ales, porters and dark ambers. These dark beers are the hearty soups of the beer world - tasty any time of year, but best in the colder seasons.
You may have heard the old Hank Williams’ country song “There’s a Tear in My Beer,” but there’s a new, less depressing twist to a bit of salt in your beer. Although it may sound strange, breweries and beer-drinking patrons have been experimenting with enhancing their brews with a bit of plain and simple salt.