St. Ides, the posterchild for the Soul Train era in the 70’s, touted itself as a potent, easy to consume beverage. St. Ides, the drink- is a malt liquor manufactured by the Pabst Brewing Company. The beverage contains 8.2% alcohol by volume, which is stronger than many high-alcohol malt liquors. At least that’s what their Wiki reads.
Now, enter ultra-high quality St. Ides Cannabis products. The labeling resembles the logo from the 1970’s, right down to the zig, zag “I” for Ides. If this logo looks familiar to you, this would be the same “I” that resides on the infamous 40 oz. cans of St. Ides Malt Liquor. These cans are ubiquitous in places where good friends meet to drink away the days and nights, against the sizzling heat of the summer.
Wouldn’t it be nice not to be forced to drink high gravity alcohol to have a nice time you’re your kind and generous friends?