While mixing alcohol and THC is outlawed in the United States, savvy new beverage developers are finding ways of skirting that law, OZY reports. Nevada’s Two Roots Brewing Company offers five nonalcoholic cannabis drinks, while Colorado’s CERIA Brewing launched its first THC-infused alcohol-free beer in December. With alcohol consumption on the slide, they’re part of a growing trend as cannabis usage climbs.
What’s next? Major brands like Corona and Heineken-owned Lagunitas are tapping into a drinkable cannabis market that’s expected to hit $1.4 billion in the next five years in the U.S. alone.