Thank you for the information. I plan on making some of this for October Fest! 🙂
Make sure to remove the gel packets in your packs of blueberries before dumping them into the fermenter
This beer turned out great. It was less hoppy than we expected, but it’s delicious. This is an excellent summer beer. The CBD didn’t dissolve as we excepted, but its effects can still be felt. Beware, after a few of these you’ll be ready for a nap.
We used freeze-dried blueberries from Trader Joes
Have the supply base (CBD). Just need the actual tools to get this thing moving. Want to be rolling by summer for the festivals.
7. Add 1.00 oz. (28.35g) hemp powder with 0 minutes left in the boil.
This is our crack at a dank tasting, hemp and CBD infused beer. We also added some blueberries, because it sounded good. We’re calling it Blueberry Kush.
November 2, 2018
12. Remove blueberries from the fermenter.
However, we would like to note that not enough studies are available to prove that the mice’s results will have the same effects on human beings.
CBD beers are the latest thing in the United States, and it’s only a matter of time before it hits worldwide.
To quickly answer you – No, CBD infused beer is actually non-intoxicating and non-alcoholic.
A lot of studies are promising. More extensive studies have to be done to further affirm their claims. It’s different for every person, and it’s difficult to find correlations to the results.
CBD as an Alcohol Addiction Therapy
In 2014, some animal lab tests showed CBD beer to reduce oxidative liver stress. CBD can protect one from acquiring the fatty liver disease caused by excessive drinking. It has also slowed down neuro-degeneration.
Beer, in general, is known to reduce stress and promote relaxation.
Several animal conducted tests have observed CBD to increase the body’s process of autophagy and cell repair. Shifting to this cannabis-infused alternative would be slow but sure progress to your alcohol woes.
What is CBD?
That’s exactly why you see a lot of people heading down to the pub after a working day, or poppin’ a bottle or two in front of the television at home, right before hitting the bed.
CBD provides similar effects. High-quality researches have proven CBD to calm one’s nerves.
The March/April edition of Zymurgy magazine has an article on brewing with cannabis. They suggest using a tincture when bottling.
Sounds like an interesting idea!
assumptions: 10mg/thc/beer. Moderate beginner dose. Not strong.