It’s made from barley and brewed in a brewery — but draft rules won’t let you call THC beverages beer


By the end of the year, Canadians may be able to enjoy a cold beer with no alcohol, but with the buzz and quick feedback of a joint. But if strict proposed federal rules take effect, you may be able to drink something that is made from barley and brewed in a brewery, but it can’t be called “beer” on the label or in any other context. It’s a problem that puzzles Terry Donnelly, CEO of Hill Street , a maker of de-alcoholized wine and beer which wants to start making THC beverages.

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