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Ale oczywiście pomijając różne (często naciągane) crossovery fani piwa i thc powinni czekać na to: https://www.esquire.com/food-drink/drinks/a22514667/cannabis-beer-canada-marijuana-legalization/

Unlike many cannabis beers, which are merely infused with THC and CBD oils, one start-up in particular, called Province Brands, is making beer by actually brewing with the cannabis plant—stalks, stems, and all. It's said to be the first of its kind.

It was rough going at first. "The things that we would come up with just tasted horrible," said Dooma Wendschuh, co-founder and CEO of Province Brands. "They tasted like rotten broccoli." Thanks to a little chemistry work, they've developed a beer that he says is "dry, savory, less sweet than a typical beer flavor."

It has around 6.5mg of THC and the alcohol removed, so drinkers only have one kind of high to deal with. “The beer hits you very quickly, which is not common for a marijuana edible," said Wendschuh.
 
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Porter z mocną śliwką. Szału nie ma, ale warto spróbować.
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Claude mOnet

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Guinness z puchy jest podły.

W klimacie ciemnych i ciężkim piw polecam Black Sands od Innych Beczek (DDH BIPA), albo Imperatora Bałtyckiego z Pinty (Porter Bałtycki).
Jeśli kupiony w Polsce i okolicach. W Irlandii w puszkach jest znacznie lepszy - tak jak Japonczycy i Irlandczycy sprzedają na import gorszej jakości towary, Guinness nie jest wyjątkiem. Oczywiście najlepszy jest z beczki lany, ale nie każdy pub w Irlandii ma licencję na sprzedaż Guinnessa...
 
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