Colorado brewer Keith Villa is best known as the creator of Blue Moon, the wildly successful, Coors-backed beer with the suggested orange-slice garnish.
His newest craft-style beer will come with a much more potent additive: cannabis.
“What we’re going to offer is going to give a shot in arm to the beer industry,” says Villa, whose new label, Ceria, is expected to launch later this year, offering three different styles of brew: a light American-style lager, a medium-bodied Belgianwhite, and a heavier India Pale Ale, all infused with various levels of THC, the main psychoactive ingredient in marijuana.
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Images courtesy of Warren Bobrow: the Hoochie Coochie Man cocktail (left) and the non-alcoholic Rose, Saffron and Cardamom Lassi (right) from his latest book Cannabis Cocktails, Mocktails and Tonics: The Art of Spirited Drinks and Buzz-Worthy Libations.
Earlier this year, Warren treated our readers to a sneak peek of the book before it was available for purchase! If you missed that post, click here to get his recipe for the Mezzrole Cocktail, with a little dose of history regarding cannabis beverages.
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Today on Recommended Reading with Food Book Fair we explore the world of culinary cannabis with two leaders in the field — Warren Bobrow, author of Cannabis Cocktails and Jennifer Shelbo, former pastry chef turned expert in cannabis farming and sustainability.
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The panel is a great cross section of experts in the cannabis industry who focus on the fundamentals of cooking with cannabis. We’ll talk about the best, fastest and easiest tech tools to make the perfect medicine, culinary treat or craft cocktail
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I was honored to be in the Mercedes-Benz “Mystery Talks by me” at the Palm Park during the SXSW in Austin with Rachel, Tricia, Lisa- Our topic was “Healthy and Hyper-digital: Learning to Make the Most of Leisure Time ” – Please, watch it at the link below!
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Economists once speculated that with the growth of technology, humans would have more time on our hands, and with it we’d expand into leisure activities. In fact, the opposite has happened: we’re working now more than ever. It’s hardly surprising: work gives us activities, meaning, purpose and community. But what if there’s more to life? Many feel the urge to take a step back, but it’s easier said than done. So how can we slow down while keeping up? This discussion draws insight from neuroscience, mindfulness and more to offer some answers.