If you weren't aware Bale Breaker Brewing Company is a locally owned craft brewing company that sits on a 4th generation commercial hop farm called Loftus Ranch here in the Yakima Valley. They've been growing stellar hops for 87 years and brewing local favorites for quite some time but there's a new drink adventure they've been working on that features the hops they grow with a little extra kick!

Loftus Ranch has joined the cannabis game and has been successfully growing cannabis plants along with their bountiful crop of hops. They've been busy testing recipes and have been buzzing about their new latest concoction, a cannabis-infused seltzer. Not to be confused with Bale Breaker Brewing Company this sister company is named Sungaze Cannabis Company!

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What's It Called?

First up is Sungaze Lemon-Ginger Cannabis Seltzer. This fruited, cannabis-infused seltzer is not only delicious, but tailored to give you just the right amount of chill. At 2.5mg of THC and 5mg of CBD per can, Sungaze allows you to ease into your high.


What Will It Feel Like?

Are you ready to get high? I'm just kidding! Sungaze Lemon-Ginger Cannabis Seltzer is the best of both worlds! You get your fresh bubbles with real lemon and just the slightest bit of THC. 2.5 mg of THC and 5 mg of CBD to be specific. Not enough to make you feel foggy but enough to take the edge off.

Speaking to an expert Budtender at The Slow Burn on 40th, which just began carrying it, it not only has been flying off the shelves but they say it's a great introduction to testing out CBD infused drinks. They carry a wide variety of infused drinks and this lower level can get your feet wet while supporting local businesses at the same time!

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