Indeed Brewing Company launches THC- and CBD-infused seltzer drink

Roughly one month after Minnesota legislators legalized edibles and beverages containing limited amounts of THC, Indeed Brewing Company has rolled out sparkling THC drinks.

The company posted a picture of its new “Two Good” cans on Facebook Monday, tagging its Minneapolis taproom location.

After Monday’s launch, Indeed joins other Minnesota-based brewers on the THC bandwagon. At the end of July, Minnesota Cider Company introduced “Trail Magic,” a seltzer infused with 3 milligrams of Delta-9 THC. Other companies are expected to follow.

Two Good cans are only available to-go at this time, and they are advertised with 2 milligrams of THC and 2 milligrams of CBD.

The drinks do not contain alcohol.

The legal THC limit for beverages in Minnesota is 5 milligrams of THC per serving and 50 milligrams per package.

Indeed announced it will also resume production and sale of Lull, its CBD-infused seltzer it introduced in 2019.

Indeed, which has Minneapolis and Milwaukee taprooms, launched its THC- and CBD-infused seltzer. Credit: Facebook/Indeed Brewing Company