By: Amber Blacharski

International Beer Day, established in 2007, takes place annually on the first Friday in August (August 2nd this year). The first celebration took place in 2008 but has since spread to over 200 cities in 80 different countries around the world. Us Coloradans are lucky when it comes to celebrating International Beer day. Why? Home to about 407 breweries, Colorado ranks 3rd nationally in craft breweries per capita. That’s a lot of breweries and (literally) tons of beer!

Three Ways to Celebrate International Beer Day

When Jesse Avshalmov founded international Beer Day, he declared three ways to celebrateInternational Beer Day:

  • "To gather with friends and enjoy the deliciousness that is beer."
  • "To celebrate the dedicated men and women who brew and serve our beer."
  • "To bring the world together by celebrating the beers of all nations and cultures on this one remarkable day."

How to Celebrate International Beer Day with The Green Solution

With cannabis-infused beer! That's right; it exists! The Green Solution celebrates this 11th annual International Beer Day by bringing you the world’s first cannabis-infused beer.Ceria Brewing COand brewmaster, Keith Villa of Blue Moon, have successfully created a Blue Moon-flavored cannabis beer called Grainwave. Grainwave is a refreshing, medium-bodied, dealcoholized beer micro-dosed with 5mg of THC. It’s the Belgian Style Wheat Ale your taste buds already know and love, but with a cannabis twist!

In the tradition of International Beer Day and celebrating beers of all cultures, we invite you and your friends to gather to celebrate Colorado cannabis culture on International Beer Day with a nice cold Grainwave. Raise your International Beer Day a bit higher andclick here to reserve this one of a kind beer at your local Green Solution today!

Quick Fact

Curing Cannabis Plants- This very gradual drying process involves moderate humidity and mild temperatures, preserving the dimensionality of cannabis plants and the consumption experience. The better and more gradual the curing process, the more sophisticated a grower's yields become, including preserved aromas, flavors, and potency.