There’s nothing quite like a nice, cold, yeast-fermented, malt-flavoured beverage with hops on a hot summer day — said, perhaps, nobody ever.
But after Friday’s announcement by Health Canada about the final rules for edible (and drinkable) cannabis products, makers of THC-infused drinks may have to sell the public on the concept.
Federal regulations allow de-alcoholized wine and beer with THC added. But they will ban words related to alcoholic beverages, like “wine” and “beer” to market them.
That leaves Hill Street Beverage Co.’s Terry Donnelly in some doubt about what to print on a can of THC-infused beer.
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