I love a good bottle as much (if not MORE) than the next person but it’s time to switch things up a bit. This week we’re going to take a look through some of my favourite canned goods. When I say that, I don’t mean canned corn or soup, I’m talking Sparkling tea, cider, beer and more. Ready to get your drink on?
Here are the top 6 canned drinks to try
Introducing Houseplant – an elevated Canadian cannabis brand founded by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg – to introduce the latest addition to their cannabis-infused beverage lineup, Houseplant Lemon & Grapefruit or the newest edition Houseplant Lime. With a standard dosage of 2.5 mg of sativa-dominant THC in each can, an invigorating lime zest and grapefruit and lemon flavour with and the perfect amount of bubbles, this naturally-flavoured citrusy sparkling water offers an uplifting, approachable experience for both first-time cannabis users and more familiar consumers. Relax and unwind with this yummy canned cannabis drink that is perfect for Autumn Saturday nights!
The brainchild of Matt Johnston, CEO and Co-Founder of Collective Arts + Collective Project – this is the most comforting of tea drinks with an added THC kick! Cold pressed fresh lemon, sweet honey and slight heat from ginger. Created with an emulsion of 3mg of THC and 3mg of CBD. All natural, non-GMO, gluten-free ingredients. Collective Project is crafted with real botanicals, fresh juices, and high-quality cannabis emulsions, making them the perfect accent to your artistic pursuits on the weekend.
Did you know there are health benefits to Guiness Beer? Well there are! Guinness contains “antioxidant compounds” similar to those found in fruits and vegetables. These antioxidant compounds slow down the deposit of cholesterol on artery walls which can help reduce blood clots and ultimately the risk of heart attacks. Guinness also has 0.3 milligrams of iron per beer, which is about 3% of an adult’s daily recommended iron intake. So drink up Guinness lovers!
The D’Ont Poke the Bear line of products was founded by two VQA wine producers who share a strong commitment to social causes and a portion from every sale of the cider and also the wine go towards helping to education and bring awareness to anti-bullying organizations like Friends First and Kids Help Phone. Now on sale until October 20th, 2021.
Sour beer is the oldest type of beer in history. Aged in oak casks and brewing according to an ancient method that is geographically linked with the southwest province of West Flanders. The “Duchess of Burgundy” is one of just 4 remaining originators of the “Flanders Sour ale”. The name of the beer is in honour of the Duchess Mary of Burgundy (born in Brussels, 1457), the only daughter of Charles the Bold, who died tragically in a horse riding accident. Sour beers are packed with probiotics and this historical one is both old and delicious!
Social Lite started in a kitchen in Whitby, Ontario, and was focused on creating less sweet, low-calorie ready-to-drink alternatives. This sparkling lemonade has gentle carbonation, with zero sugar and zero calories – a great way to hold onto summer and I drank a lot of these this summer!