Smash by the Virginia-based Commonwealth Brewing Company is a pink grapefruit, lime, and guava gose ale. Which happens to come in a ravishing can.
It’s as simple as it’s perfect, and as a result easy to drink in large quantities—not in the same sense that makes Silver Bullets preferable for pounding, but rather in a way that the precision-focused Citra hops and light complexion make for something that won’t interrupt your dinner should your friend show up late and you end up sipping a few Coneheads before mealtime.
Once you’re finished eyeballing the wallpaper, hopefully before the can loses its chill, it’s time for sweet surprises and dark beans.
The most impressive thing about this beer may actually be what it is not: Not too pretentious, nor too light, hazy, or sweet, it’s balanced magic in a goddamn can.
While there are other clay pot spots in Chinatown, the Ga Ga guys have serious clay game and really wowed in this department as each spoonful upon spoonful scraped up edging as perfectly crunchy as a Waffle House hash brown.
We’ve found that such outstanding stoner boner toner is more likely to come out of the professional precision grows, be they legal or illegal.
Blue Crack should be a go-to for everyday workers and artists alike. That’s my primary reason for writing this, though I’m also hoping to spur some discussion about the name.
"Transparency is needed in order for the buyers to know exactly what he is buying and the origins of the product and where is was produced. For example, a buyer might want CBD extracted from organic farms in Canada and not CBD extracted in farms in South America."
It’s about time that we all start getting ready for the bright new innovations that our friends out on the West Coast have enjoyed for years, and they were awfully nice helping us catch up.
It’s not the most polished show streaming, but it is pretty damn picture-perfect in its tone and approach, and that’s quite an accomplishment considering how often other marijuana media misses the mark.