Craft brewer teams with marijuana businessmen on THC-infused seltzer water

Craft brewer teams with marijuana businessmen on THC-infused seltzer water

Oh Hi products expected to be in stores in next two weeks
Matt Vincent, co-founder of Ska Brewing, Ska Fabricating and Oh Hi Beverages, right, and Brendan McClatchey, seltzier for Oh Hi Beverages, adjust the production line during the first commercial production of Oh Hi’s THC sparkling seltzers on Monday in Durango.
Matt Vincent, co-founder of Ska Brewing, Ska Fabricating and Oh Hi Beverages, adjusts empty cans on the production line during the first commercial production of Oh Hi’s THC sparkling seltzer Monday in Durango. The beverages, available in mid-March, all have 10 mg of THC per 12-ounce can, with the exception of the ginger basil flavor, which has 5 mg THC and 5 mg CBD.
The first commercial production of Oh Hi Beverages’ THC sparkling seltzer is canned Monday in Durango. The beverages, available soon, all have 10 mg of THC per 12-ounce can, with the exception of the ginger basil limeaid, which has 5 mg THC and 5 mg CBD.
Brendan McClatchey, right, seltzier for Oh Hi Beverages, celebrates with the Oh Hi team as the first full case of their first lemon-lime, THC-infused seltzer is finished. Seltzier is a play on sommelier, as McClatchey is the company’s seltzer expert.
Brendan McClatchey, seltzier for Oh Hi Beverages, makes adjustments on the production line during the first commercial production of Oh Hi’s THC seltzer water on Monday in Durango.
Jonny Radding, left, co-owner of Durango Organics and Oh Hi Beverages, celebrates as some of the first cans of the THC-infused sparkling seltzer comes off the production line on Monday.

Craft brewer teams with marijuana businessmen on THC-infused seltzer water

Matt Vincent, co-founder of Ska Brewing, Ska Fabricating and Oh Hi Beverages, right, and Brendan McClatchey, seltzier for Oh Hi Beverages, adjust the production line during the first commercial production of Oh Hi’s THC sparkling seltzers on Monday in Durango.
Matt Vincent, co-founder of Ska Brewing, Ska Fabricating and Oh Hi Beverages, adjusts empty cans on the production line during the first commercial production of Oh Hi’s THC sparkling seltzer Monday in Durango. The beverages, available in mid-March, all have 10 mg of THC per 12-ounce can, with the exception of the ginger basil flavor, which has 5 mg THC and 5 mg CBD.
The first commercial production of Oh Hi Beverages’ THC sparkling seltzer is canned Monday in Durango. The beverages, available soon, all have 10 mg of THC per 12-ounce can, with the exception of the ginger basil limeaid, which has 5 mg THC and 5 mg CBD.
Brendan McClatchey, right, seltzier for Oh Hi Beverages, celebrates with the Oh Hi team as the first full case of their first lemon-lime, THC-infused seltzer is finished. Seltzier is a play on sommelier, as McClatchey is the company’s seltzer expert.
Brendan McClatchey, seltzier for Oh Hi Beverages, makes adjustments on the production line during the first commercial production of Oh Hi’s THC seltzer water on Monday in Durango.
Jonny Radding, left, co-owner of Durango Organics and Oh Hi Beverages, celebrates as some of the first cans of the THC-infused sparkling seltzer comes off the production line on Monday.
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