Wine Made From Marijuana is an Actual Thing

By: Lawrence Bonk

That's right. Weed wine is an actual thing. Creating this hallmark of human achievement doesn't seem too complicated. Wine makers must first soak the illegal drug in Everclear to extract the THC. Then the drugged-out liquid is added to the early stages of fermentation. This makes for an extremely potent product, with an ABV (alcohol by volume) percentage raising as high as 12%. It doesn't, however, make you stoned.

This college dorm-endorsed brew is illegal, so you won't be seeing it on the shelves of your local liquor store anytime soon.

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