Remember that one friend in college who tried their first weed brownie, space cake, or whatever other homemade “canna-coction” they could get their hands on, and, to say the least… it didn’t end very well? Hey, maybe you were that friend in college. (We’re not here to judge. We’ve all been there.)
But, fast forward to today and thanks to testing requirements and endless breakthroughs in the industry, edibles have come a long way since these hazy, paranoia-filled days where you felt like the world was ending. In their place are safely infused baked goods, chewing gum, sodas, popcorn, beef jerky – you name it! And as more of these product innovations continue to hit the shelves and become more widely accepted, more versatile audiences are entering the scene. With it, more companies are figuring out a new golden rule for their product lines to ensure there’s a little something for everyone: less is more. Read More
Once upon a time...
(circa 2009...), there lived a lady boss named Julie Berliner.
Together, with the help of a killer chocolate cookie recipe, she embarked on a journey to launch a cannabis bakery unlike any other.
Today, Sweet Grass Kitchen offers its delicious cannabutter and distillate infused edibles to nearly 500 dispensaries around Colorado.
See how the rest of our story unfolds... Read More
It’s official, people. Sweet Grass Kitchen’s product line has added some color!
Don’t they look bomb dot com?!
Fruit Snacks are made with real fruit juice, non-gluten ingredients, and... hold up… no cannabutter?
Can't believe it's not (canna)butter?!
That’s right, this 5mg microdose is made with pure THC distillate, one of the first distillate infused gummies on the market, and our very first non-cannabutter product. Read More
Since the OG pot brownie, edibles have gone through a long and messy series of sung praises and bad raps. Today, things like homogeneity tests and smart practices like "Start Low, Go Slow" have helped keep these infamous treats in good standing. The key here is education, and understanding that it's not a one-size-fits-all kind of deal.
With that, we welcome you to your first class.
Let's start with the basics, shall we? Read More