Tennessee’s first THC bar and restaurant opened today in the Germantown district of Nashville. According to the company, the THC in the product is derived from hemp, which restaurants have avoided and legalized at the federal level.
Bud and brew The state’s first physical THC-friendly bar and restaurant on 1246 3rd Avenue in Nashville. “Buds and Brews offers a menu of fine bar dishes combined with a unique cannabis-injected sauce,” the website said. reading..
In other words, restaurants and bars not only serve national-style dishes, but also seasonings with 25+ THC infused into common dressings such as ketchup, honey mustard, ranch dressings, and steak sauces. Inject THC derived from hemp at 1-5 mg serving.
Cannabis is in the bar for consumption, but the product is divided into individual pouches and jars.
The cooler is in the flavored pouches of GrapeApe, LemonHaze and Sweet Tea OG Kush. The sauce, on the other hand, is made from locally grown and extracted hemp-derived THC. Each sauce contains 5 mg of THC in each jar.
Restaurant patrons can choose from 28 sources, including locally grown and extracted hemp-derived THC. The cooking sauce line includes ingredients such as olive oil and our own barbecue sauce.
Mike Solomon, some owners of Buds & Brews and some owners of Dalton Crow, discussed with the local media what patrons can expect.
“Once you have chicken tenders, you can order THC ranch,” Solomon said. Said WKRN. “It’s the seasonings that are infused. There are 25 of the most commonly used seasonings, including ketchup, honey mustard, ranch dressing, and steak sauce.”
In addition, all products are made by craft cannabis products in Tennessee.
“Everything is a serving of 1-5 milligrams. It’s so small that you can try a lot,” Solomon said. Said.. “Newcomers, beginners, or experienced cannabis people can enjoy partially controlled microdosing here.”
“I was excited to make my own footprint and teamed up with some great people to do that.” Said Dalton Crow. “We want to appeal to everyone. Please give it a try and give it a try.”
Currently in Tennessee, facilities such as Buds & Brews can only offer THC derived from hemp. The state’s adult bill has recently been unfounded. The bill, called the “Law to Release All Cannabis for Tennessees,” has been virtually invalidated after its sponsor, state legislator Bob Freeman, submitted the bill.
All free cannabis law for Tennessians is the possession of cannabis and concentrates for adults over the age of 21, and the “unpaid transfer of permitted amounts of marijuana or marijuana concentrates in adults”. , And “up to 12 marijuana plants for adults.”
It also expanded the options for medical cannabis to minors under the age of 18 by allowing parents, guardians, or guardians to administer marijuana products, excluding flammable products, to minors. Let’s have legal authority. “
Until then, fun facilities like Buds & Brews had figured out how to operate within the limits of the law.
Buds & Brews will hold an official grand opening on August 20th.