The alcohol industry may be the key to making drinkable cannabis taste good

While cannabis has been legal in many forms since October 2018, this fall will see the legalization of cannabis edibles, and with it a real interest in weed-infused beverages.

Constellation Brands invested billions in Canopy Growth as they move forward to producing a cannabis drink, and Coke briefly flirted with the idea of a CBD wellness concoction while others develop new technologies and methods to create them.

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The largest issue facing many of these brewers is that cannabis drinks available in Canada through the black market don’t currently taste very good. Most are downright bad.

There are a collection of methods used to create drinkable THC, which is harder than it sounds. THC

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