All right, all right, all right: South Florida’s first marijuana-infused beers are coming to Devour Brewing Company in Boynton Beach.

The brewery’s Apricot Haze Berliner-Weisse and Florida Thunder IPA will be infused with cannabis terpenes oil, which gives cannabis its distinctive fragrance. But not to worry: These cannabis beers are all flavor, and will contain none of the psychoactive chemical compounds found in marijuana, such as THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol).

“If they did, I wouldn’t be talking to you over the phone right now. I’d be in jail,” Devour co-owner Chip Breighner says. “It’s superstrong, has a pungent flavor, and it smells and tastes just like the real thing.”

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Phillip Valys ~ SouthFlorida.com via 420Intel.com

 

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