One month after launching its CBD-infused beverage line Quatreau in the U.S., Canadian cannabis firm Canopy Growth Corporation announced that alcohol wholesaler Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits (SGWS) would distribute its CBD drinks throughout the U.S.
Curaleaf, the world’s largest cannabis company, has lifted the curtain on a new “THC-infused beverage enhancer” called Select Squeeze. Similar to liquid water enhancers like MiO, which consumers can purchase at the grocery store, Curaleaf’s new Select Squeeze product is intended be transform any drink into a THC-infused beverage.
Canada’s Canopy Growth Corporation has launched its CBD-infused beverage line, called Quatreau, in the U.S. Available in four flavors — Cucumber + Mint, Passion Fruit + Guava, Ginger + Lime, and Blueberry + Acai — the new drinks have 25 calories, contain 20 milligrams of CBD isolate derived from hemp, and are sugar free.
Molson Coors is now officially competing in the increasingly crowded U.S. market for CBD drinks. In a news release, the multinational beverage company said its line of non-alcoholic sparkling waters infused with cannabidiol (CBD), called Veryvell, were now being sold across Colorado.
Los Angeles-based cannabis drinks company Cann today revealed that it has the backing of numerous well-known celebrities, including actress Gwyneth Paltrow and former NBA star Baron Davis, among many others. Rebel Wilson, Ruby Rose, Darren Criss, Tove Lo, Casey Neistat and Bre-Z also invested in the company.
Pabst Blue Ribbon is moving from the dive bars to dispensaries. The 176-year-old brand — which in recent years has expanded into whiskey, hard coffee and hard seltzer — now adorns cans of cannabis-infused seltzer that are sold at a handful of California pot shops.
Canopy Growth Corporation will bring its THC-infused beverages to the U.S. in 2021 through a partnership with New York-based cannabis firm Acreage Holdings, the two companies announced Thursday. In a news release, Canopy and Acreage said the products are expected to debut at dispensaries in California and Illinois next summer, and that “sessionable” drinks would be the initial focus.
A joint venture backed by Canadian cannabis firm Hexo Corp. and beer maker Molson Coors has announced the launch of several new cannabis-infused beverages across Canada. In a news release, the two companies said five CBD and THC-infused beverage brands have begun rolling out across Canada in hopes of appealing to canna-curious customers that don’t want to inhale.
Keef Brands, a Colorado cannabis company best known for its THC-infused sodas, has embraced the power of partnerships as it looks to grow the market for drinkables. The company has inked a handful of deals and expanded its reach into multiple markets across the country.
After learning that BrewDog-branded CBD beverages would be too disruptive to the brewery’s core mission, former craft beer executive Tanisha Robinson decided to strike out on her own and launch W*nder (pronounced “wonder”), a sparkling CBD-infused water brand based in Columbus, Ohio.