• D. H. Reilly

Non-Alcoholic, THC-Infused Beer Now at All SWADE Dispensaries


Non-Alcoholic, THC-Infused Beer Now at All SWADE Dispensaries

If a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down, imagine what a can of beer will do. Well imagine no longer, as you can now treat your qualifying condition with MOHI.


According to Forbes, MOHI, a non-alcoholic beer with an authentic craft beer taste, has five milligrams of THC per twelve ounce can. And it’s now available at all SWADE locations for $8 a can or $30 for a four-pack.


Novel Marijuana Beer a Product of Two Missouri Businesses

MOHI is a joint venture between two Missouri-based businesses, SWADE’s parent company, BeLeaf Medical, and O’Fallon Brewery. BeLeaf provided the marijuana expertise, of course, with O’Fallon covering the brewing end of things.


Forbes says the result “is a wheat ale with notes of orange, citrus and vanilla” with a THC infusion that takes effect in a fraction of the time that edibles do. MOHI is also only 80 calories per can.


MOHI is Unique in the THC-Beverage Market

“Although cannabis infused beverages are just hitting the marketplace, very few are taking the extra steps to infuse NA beer,” Fallon Brewery President Jim Gorczyca told Forbes. “The process is costly, takes numerous steps and uses expensive state-of-the-art equipment creating high demand and lack of options to produce a truly unique NA cannabis-infused beer that truly tastes good.”


Process Not as Simple as Just Adding Marijuana to Near-Beer

The process of making MOHI is a complicated one. First, on the brewing end, the effect on the taste of the beer caused by adding THC had to be considered.


“We had to adjust the bitterness and perceived sweetness of the dealcoholized beer to account for the bitterness addition that comes from the cannabis,” Brian Owens, head brewmaster for O’Fallon, told Forbes.


The two companies collaborated on the recipe, just as they do on the creation of the product.


“The beer is brewed and fully fermented before going through the de-alcoholizing process which removes the alcohol,” Gorczyca told Forbes. “The non-alcohol base beer is (then) transferred to BeLeaf for cannabis infusion.”


BeLeaf then uses the same CO2, ethanol, and hydrocarbon extraction processes it uses to create its other non-flower products to produce the THC-infusion for MOHI.


Marijuana Options are Growing All the Time, and Missouri Marijuana Card is Here to Help You Stay on Top of Things

The rapidly expanding Missouri marijuana market can be intimidating to the inexperienced cannabis user, especially if that user is trying to treat a medical condition and not just chasing a high.


Fortunately, Missouri Marijuana Card is here to help guide you through the process of finding relief. If you’ve been wondering what medical marijuana might be able to do for you, why not book an appointment with one of our compassionate doctors today?


You and your new doctor will meet virtually using your smartphone or computer for a telemedicine appointment. You’ll discuss your condition, your treatment options, and how medical marijuana might benefit you. You’ll even save $25 off the cost of your appointment!




Doctors Who Care. Relief You Can Trust.

At Missouri Marijuana Card, our mission is helping everyone achieve wellness safely and conveniently through increased access to medical marijuana. Our focus on education, inclusion, and acceptance will reduce stigma for our patients by providing equal access to timely information and compassionate care.


Call us at (877) 303-3117, or simply book a medical marijuana evaluation to start getting relief you can trust today!


Check out Missouri Marijuana Card’s Blog to keep up to date on the latest medical marijuana news, tips, and information. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to join the medical marijuana conversation in Missouri.



32 views0 comments