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Jun122019

FINNEGANS Announces Hemp Beer, Kicked to the Herb

FINNEGANS Brew Co, the beer company known for donating 100% of profits to charities fighting hunger, is releasing a new beer in partnership with Midwest hemp farm, NJ Farms.

The new beer - Kicked to the Herb - is unlike other Minnesota beers that incorporate hemp products: it’s brewed with full spectrum hemp oil rather than hemp seeds. The Pale Ale (5.5% ABV) is brewed with Citra and Chinook hops to push the aromas of the hemp oil. You’ll get high tropical notes and a piney resinous nose. Each pint contains 13mg of CBD.

FINNEGANS is tapping the first keg for an influential group. From June 18-20, The MN Department of Agriculture's Industrial Program group is hosting a conference with state regulators from all 50 states. That group, plus members of the media, will be the first to sample Kicked to the Herb at a private June 19 event in the Brewer's Den at FINNEGANS House. 

To introduce the hemp oil beer to the public, FINNEGANS is hosting a Summer Solstice party on the patio, Friday, June 21 from 3-8 PM. Try Minnesota's first ever beer brewed with hemp oil and stay for live music (The Mediocritones, 4-7 PM), food trucks and summer vibes.

Read more: Twin Cities Business article

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