I mean, you can find tomatoes with ants crawling all over them, and moldy bananas or whatnot. So it’s very odd. There is potential oxymoron contained in this practice [of creating rotten plastic].”. I’d recommend tryin my some of the simpler sour styles first. They are much more approachable. Gose style, Berliner Weiss or kettle sour.
With the advent of recreational cannabis in Canada around the corner and a tsunami of cultural acceptance for medical cannabis sweeping the planet, big business wants to dominate the action.And it starting to happen, making a few well capitalized cannabis companies ripe plums for the picking.The industries most threatened by the prospect of losing market share to cannabis sales are the ones that make the most obvious suitors.For instance, Constellation Brands (the owner of Corona) made headlines a few months ago with its investment in cannabis industry leader, Canopy Growth. This set the stage for fellow beer titan Molson Coors decision to enter into a business joint venture with Quebec based Hydropothecary.In addition, there has been massive consolidation going on among the leaders of Canada industrial scale cannabis growers lately. To this point, Aurora Cannabis gobbled up two of its biggest rivals, MedReleaf and Cannimed.In light of such game changing developments, it worth considering who else might be make a very strategic acquisition target for either big pharma or the global $1.2 trillion beverage industry.Some investment industry analysts point to TSX listed The Green Organic Dutchman (TGOD) as a good example of low hanging fruit.TGOD therefore represents an opportunity for a premium, differentiated, organic cannabis play.
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“After the upheaval of the ’60s and ’70s, people wanted a break from American whiskey and whiskey in general,” Rothbaum says. The counterculture youth, he says, rejected not just their parents’ social norms but their libations as well. Jim Beam, for instance, created specialty labels to make its product appeal to drinkers on various airlines.