Updated Apr 19, 2023 - Food and Drink

22 places to get THC-infused drinks in the Twin Cities

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Twin Cities brands are rolling out hemp-derived THC-infused beverages. Here are 22 places consumers can find the drinks right now.

What to know: The legal limit for edibles and beverages in Minnesota is five milligrams of hemp-derived THC per serving.

  • The drinks can't include alcohol, but some have CBD โ€” a hemp-derived ingredient that doesn't get you high.

Where to find them: They're often available at breweries, restaurants, coffee shops, tobacco shops and other stores that sell CBD, like Hemp House and Nothing But Hemp.

  • Marigold, a non-alcoholic bottle shop in Minneapolis, carries over 60 different drinks from local and national brands.
  • St. Paul Cannabis will deliver edibles and beverages to your door.
  • Dabbler Depot's THC section features over 90 different beverage four-packs.
  • Bench Press Letterpress, an independent design shop, sells seltzers and edibles in-store.
  • Cub Foods has begun selling the beverages at limited locations across the metro with an expansion planned for August, according to FOX9.

Plus: Other brands have begun adding wellness products into the drinks, like BLNCD's beverage that mixes cannabis with adaptogenic mushrooms intended to boost your mood, or creating different forms of THC products.

  • Minnesota-based Fizzy THC now sells dissolvable 5-milligram tablets that can be added to any drink.

Zoom in: Over a dozen local breweries make their own drinks and sell them for on-site consumption or to-go.

  • We tried several of the drinks at a pop-up THC taproom in December. Read our reviews.

Here are 15 breweries with THC beverages available now.

๐Ÿ‹ Indeed Brewing: The brewery's popular pistachio cream ale will now have a sister THC beverage Pistachio Dream with five milligrams of THC. Or, try the Two Good lavender lemon sparkling drink with two milligrams of THC and two milligrams of CBD.

  • Available at the taproom now and stores now.

๐Ÿ‘ƒ Fair State Co-op: The cooperative brewing company sells two Chill State seltzers in pineapple and grapefruit flavors. Each has five milligrams of THC and 25 milligrams of CBD per can.

  • Unlike most beverages, the drinks contain terpenes: a non-psychoactive ingredient that adds a weed-like flavor and aroma.
  • Available in the taproom and select stores now.

๐Ÿ‘‹ Lakes and Legends: The brewery's Hiii beverage is a THC sparkling water with five milligrams of THC and five milligrams of CBD; the ginger ale flavor also includes 10 milligrams of caffeine.

  • Available in the taproom and stores now.

๐Ÿซ Bลซch: The hard kombucha seltzer brand debuted THC-infused blueberry lemonade and dragonfruit aรงaรญ kombuchas at a pop-up taproom in December. Each can contains three or five milligrams.

  • It's available at select stores now and will be sold at its new taproom later this year.

๐Ÿ‘ Insight Brewing: The brewery's peach mango seltzer contains five milligrams of THC; the raspberry pear flavor has two milligrams of THC and 20 milligrams of CBD.

  • Available in the taproom now, but only for off-site consumption.

๐Ÿ›ธ Inbound BrewCo: Satellite, an orange, pineapple, and mango drink, is infused with five milligrams of THC.

  • Available in the taproom and select stores.

๐Ÿ‹ Fulton Brewing: The microbrewery offers THC sparkling waters in lime and blood orange flavors; each bottle contains 4.20 milligrams of THC.

  • Available in the taproom and select stores.

๐Ÿซ– Surly Brewing: The popular Twin Cities brewery created Take Five, a THC-tonic with five milligrams per can, and a lemon tea with the same dosage.

  • Available in the taproom and stores.

๐ŸŠ Venn Brewing: The Minneapolis brewery sells multiple flavors of Zenn THC Tonic, including a grapefruit, lime and sea salt-flavored Paloma beverage with five milligrams per can, and housemade THC gummies.

  • Available at the taproom, but only to-go.

๐ŸฅคBurning Brothers Brewing: Kite Soda claims to be Minnesota's first THC-soda, with root beer, citrus and ginger ale flavors out now. It's five milligrams per serving, with two servings per can.

  • Available in stores now.

๐Ÿ Modist Brewing: THC seltzer TINT, which stands for "Thanks, I Needed That," comes in three fruity flavors with three or five milligrams of THC per can.

  • Available in the taproom and stores now.

๐Ÿ‹ Bauhaus Brew Labs: Tetra comes in lemon-lime and grapefruit flavors, with five milligrams of THC and 15 milligrams of CBD per can.

  • Available in the taproom and stores now.

๐Ÿฅญ Eastlake Craft Brewery: High and Dry, a pineapple and mango-flavored non-alcoholic sour beer, is infused with five milligrams of THC.

  • Available in the taproom, stores and for online delivery.

๐ŸŽ Minneapolis Cider Company: Trail Magic, a seltzer with โ€œhop waterโ€ and berry basil flavors, contains three milligrams of THC. The Half and Half flavor, similar to an Arnold Palmer, has five milligrams per can.

  • Find the cans at the taproom and stores now.

๐Ÿ Wild Mind Ales: WLD WTR Infusions is a pineapple, orange and cherry sparkling water with five milligrams of THC.

  • Available in the taproom and stores now.

๐Ÿคฏ 1 lit thing: Massachusetts-based brand Cantrip sells drinks with 50 milligrams of THC, including a root beer and orange soda, in the Twin Cities. The packaging claims the 12 ounce drink is 10 servings.

  • Check the website for all availability, but it's been spotted at Surdyk's in Minneapolis.

Editor's note: This story has been updated to include additional THC seltzers.

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