The state of Tennessee will soon join the growing number of states that have launched markets for cannabis-infused products: Buds & Brews, the first cannabis business in Tennessee, is slated to open its doors to the public this month in Georgetown. The marijuana business first announced that it would be opening earlier this year, stating that it will provide traditional bar foods alongside cannabis-infused condiments that are manufactured and presealed in a facility before being sent to the restaurant.
Buds & Brews president and owner Michael Solomon says patrons will be able to order regular food and season it with THC and CBD-infused condiments. He said that the company has infused cannabis into the 25 most common condiments ranging from steak sauce and ketchup to ranch dressing and honey mustard. Using dosing spoons that are in line with the state’s legal cannabis limits, patrons will be able to receive one to five milligrams of cannabis-infused condiment per serving.
Solomon says these doses are so small that you could safely try a variety of condiments in one sitting. This controlled microdosing is especially beneficial for rookies who would like to give cannabis products a chance. On top of the condiments, Buds & Brews will also offer THC-infused desserts and mocktails on its menu. Solomon noted that the business will include novelty products such as deep-fried cannabis leaves on its menu.
Solomon has spent the past decade or so learning how to grow top-of-the-line cannabis, and he is now using his knowledge to enter the restaurant industry to bring top-shelf cannabis products to the public. He is also the founder and owner of Craft Cannabis, a marijuana company that develops THC-infused products, including the marijuana-infused condiments that will be available at Buds & Brews.
As per state law, Craft Cannabis only uses THC derived from industrial hemp with less than 0.35% THC. Craft Cannabis also handles the entirety of its operations locally, with Solomon saying that the firm cultivates, extracts and develops different cannabis-infused retail products in Tennessee.
Buds & Brews cofounder Dalton Crow has deep roots in the bar industry; his family owns 10 establishments in middle Tennessee, and he grew up steeped in the sector. While Crow’s family’s has been involved in the bar scene, Crow has not; Buds & Brews will be his first personal venture. In a news interview, Crow said that he was excited to team up with “some great guys” and make his own footprint in the bar and restaurant segment.
As more states and jurisdictions loosen their marijuana restrictions, industry players such as Flora Growth Corp. (NASDAQ: FLGC) are likely to come up with more innovative products targeting different segments of the market.
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