About a month after Minnesota lawmakers legalized edibles and beverages containing limited amounts of THC, Indeed Brewing Company launched THC-flavored fizzy drinks.
The company posted a photo of its new “Two Good” cans on Facebook Monday, tagging its Minneapolis dining location.
Following Monday’s launch, Indeed joins other Minnesota brewers on the THC bandwagon. In late July, Minnesota Cider Company launched “Trail Magic,” a seltzer infused with 3 milligrams of Delta-9 THC. Other companies should follow.
Two good cans are only available to go at the moment, and they are advertised with 2 milligrams of THC and 2 milligrams of CBD.
The drinks do not contain alcohol.
The legal THC limit for beverages in Minnesota is 5 milligrams of THC per serving and 50 milligrams per package.
Indeed, it has announced that it will also resume production and sale of Lull, its CBD-infused seltzer water that it introduced in 2019.