Feds order California brewery to stop making cannabis beer

A California brewery’s production of cannabis beer is going up in smoke.

The U.S. Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau ordered Black Hammer Brewing in San Francisco to stop making beer that includes the “hemp-derived compound” cannabidiol (CBD), the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

The bureau, though, is reportedly letting the manufactuerer sell off the rest of its inventory of CBD beer. (Drinkers can’t get high from the beverage).

“Our guests love the CBD beers, and we’re pretty sad that we have to stop producing them,” owner Jim Furman told the newspaper. >>>

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