Updated Sep 26, 2022 - Food and Drink

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

An orange sparkling water surrounded by pineapples, oranges and cherries.
The "WLD WTR Infusions" at Wild Mind Ales. Photo: Wild Mind Ales

Twin Cities breweries are rolling out THC-infused beverages. Here are eight places to try the trending drinks.

What to know: The legal limit for edibles and beverages in Minnesota is 5 milligrams of THC. Though these are sold at breweries, THC beverages can't also include alcohol.

🫖 Surly Brewing: The popular Twin Cities brewery created "Take Five," a THC-tonic with 5 milligrams per can, and a lemon tea with the same dosage.

  • Coming soon, according to its website.

🥤Burning Brothers Brewing: "Kite Soda" claims to be Minnesota's first THC-soda, with root beer, citrus and ginger ale flavors out now. It's 5 milligrams per serving, with 2 servings per can.

  • In cans and in the taproom now, according to a press release.

🍍 Modist Brewing: THC seltzer TINT, which stands for "Thanks, I Needed That," comes in three fruity flavors with 3 or 5 milligrams of THC per can.

  • Available in the taproom now.

🍋 Bauhaus Brew Labs: "Tetra" is a lemon-lime sparkling water with 5 milligrams of THC and 15 milligrams of CBD.

  • Available in mid-September, the brewery said on Instagram.

🥭 Eastlake Craft Brewery: "High and Dry," a pineapple and mango-flavored non-alcoholic sour beer, is infused with 5 milligrams of THC.

  • Available in cans in the taproom and for online delivery.

🍋 Indeed Brewing: The “Two Good” has 2 milligrams of THC and 2 milligrams of CBD, a hemp-derived ingredient that doesn’t get you high.

  • The lavender lemon sparkling drink is available at the taproom now, but only to-go.

🍎 Minneapolis Cider Company: "Trail Magic," a seltzer with “hop water” and berry basil flavors, contains 3 milligrams of THC.

  • Find the cans at the taproom and in liquor stores now around the Twin Cities.

🍍 Wild Mind Ales: For those looking to try a full dose, the “WLD WTR Infusions” is a pineapple, orange and cherry sparkling water with 5 milligrams of THC.

  • Available in cans hopefully by early September, the brewery told Axios.

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