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Cannabis products in alcoholic beverages is prohibited under both federal law and California law. That includes even non-narcotic industrial hemp or CBD. However, some businesses are moving forward dealcoholized wine and beer products, replacing the alcohol effect on mood and … Continue reading
At least two manufacturers are infusing Cannabis (including THC) into beer. Combining alcohol and cannabis product – even those without cannabis – is illegal in California. I wrote about the new law in October last year. So how are these … Continue reading
A new law in California prohibits the sale or manufacture of beverages that mix cannabis (aka marijuana, weed, pot, etc.) and “cannabis products” with alcohol. Assembly Bill No. 2914 was signed into law by Gov. Brown on Sept. 27, 2018. It … Continue reading
Growlers: Branding them can make for great marketing. Holding events around them can develop a loyal customer base. For smaller breweries, they can be the only cost-effective way to allow your established customers to share your drink with others. These … Continue reading
The Brewers Association released its annual lists of breweries – two lists: Craft breweries and overall breweries. The lists can be found here: Top Fifty
California Assembly Bill 1322 would allow one complimentary 12 oz. beer or 6 oz. wine to be provided customers of beauty salons, barber shops, and similar businesses (e.g., nail salons, day spas, etc).