The marriage of cannabis and alcohol exists already but only at a very small scale. In 2016 one small brewery in the town of Aurora, Colorado launched its ‘Cannabeer’, which fused marijuana with beer. Meanwhile California’s Rebel Coast Winery began selling its alcohol-free cannabis sauvignon blanc last month.
A total of 25 countries have legalised cannabis use in a bid to combat the black market and secure income for their respective treasuries. Such countries include Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Israel, Mexico, South Africa, Turkey and the United States, where nine states now allow recreational use and 29 medical use.
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