The Era of Cannabis-Infused Beverages Has Begun – What Molson Coors Has Taught Us Already

You’ve probably seen an increase in cannabis beverages being offered at your dispensary, and in legal states, CBD drinks on the grocery and convenience store shelves.  And it will not slow down anytime soon.  Thankfully, the stigma surrounding cannabis and CBD use has improved drastically within the last 3-5 years…

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Alcohol Alternative Recipes: "Honey B" Featuring Cannabis-Infused Good Stuff Beverages

Join mixologist Arron Turnbull as he shows you how to create a deliciously refreshing, cannabis-infused mocktail! The “Honey B” drink utilizes Good Stuff Beverages’ Honey Lemonade drink, made with real pureed fruit and all-natural ingredients. Good Stuff Beverages are a great way to unwind from your day without a hangover.…

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Cocaine Then, Cannabis Now: How Coca-Cola Capitalizes On Drugs For Beverages

Cocaine Then, Cannabis Now: How Coca-Cola Capitalizes On Drugs For Beverages There really is nothing that compares to the sugar-fueled rush and delicious taste of Coca-Cola, fondly known as Coke, especially on a hot summer day. Pour some of this black carbonated goodness into a glass filled with ice, and…

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Why the Buzz From Cannabis Infused Beverages May Burn Investors?

Why the Buzz From Cannabis Infused Beverages May Burn Investors? If you have been following the cannabis industry for the past year you have seen the uptick in startups and articles around cannabis infused alcoholic beverages.  Articles involving Province Brands in Canada developing the first cannabis-based beer (no hops, just…

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Launch of cannabis beverages in Canada could be “big business” for alcohol Goliath

Published: Feb 22, 2018, 12:15 pm • Updated: Feb 26, 2018, 12:09 am By Alicia Wallace, The Cannabist Staff Cannabis is a “big business,” and Constellation Brands has big aspirations in the space, the alcohol beverage company’s president said this week. Officials for Constellation Brands (NYSE: STZ) have their sights…

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