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Corona Beer Maker Goes In Big On Cannabis, With Another $4 Billion Investment In Canopy Growth

The following story is an update to our previous post on Constellation Brands’ stock purchase of Canadian medical marijuana company Canopy Growth Corporation. Alcohol producer Constellation Brands — owners of the popular beer brand Corona, who earlier this year invested USD$191 million in Canadian medical marijuana producer Canopy Growth Corporation — announced this week it’ll […]

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Beers And Buds: Will Brewers Get The Crossfade Right?

The battle of the buzz is on. As beer sales in North America continue to decline amid competition from wine, spirits and legal marijuana, brewers across the continent are seeking to fill that financial void. Some alcohol sellers — most notably beer producers — are betting on cannabis-infused drinks to help save the day and […]

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Another Couple Billion Dollars Heads North As MedMen IPO Set For Canada

Score another big, fat zero dollars in the profit column for the US economy, as American cannabis company MedMen Enterprises defects to Canada for its initial public trading. Valued at USD $1.65 billion (C$2.14 billion) before going public on the Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE), MedMen was looking for greener pastures and fewer government hassles compared […]

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Canopy Growth To Bless The Buds Down In Africa With $29 Million Investment

The continent that’s delivered classic strains like Swazi, Red Congolese and Durban Poison is now open for international business. Following a $28.8 million investment, Canadian medical marijuana powerhouse Canopy Growth Corporation has acquired African cannabis producer Daddy Cann Lesotho PTY Ltd., which trades as Highlands and is located in the Kingdom of Lesotho. Now with […]

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Cannabis May Borrow More Than You Realize From Craft Beer & The Home Brew Movement

What goes around comes around. Everything old seems new again. Through periods of prohibition, legalization, and a return to home brewing, cannabis may be taking the same route as alcohol. Prohibition, the 18th Amendment to the US Constitution, was ratified on January 16, 1919, banning the manufacture, sale and transportation of alcohol, including beer made […]

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