Having a post-rugby beer has been seemingly tradition since time began, but now, thanks to Cannabrew, there is even more reason to enjoy a post-match beverage.
There new groundbreaking product, Sesh IPA, is a full-flavoured UK craft beer infused with CBD oil for an exciting, refreshing flavour.
It’s already being enjoyed by a number of players around the North West of England, who swear by the benefits for both your body and wellbeing.
Beer and rugby, eh? What a combination.
Elliott Horner, powerhouse forward for Fylde RFC, is a trained brewer, and had always wanted to combine his two passions in one appropriate product.
“I have to say, it’s been a hit with anyone who has tried,” said Horner.
“Personally, it’s really benefited me after a game and as a result Sunday isn’t a total write off like it had been down the years. Obviously, it’s not a magic potion but it definitely makes a major difference.
“We’re currently putting the finishing touches to the new lager, and recently had a taste test following a brutal pre-season workout on the sand dunes at Blackpool.
“The feedback was really positive and now we’re hopeful
Suitable for vegans, Cannabrew uses the best brewing methods from the past to create an authentic beer that works for today.
They also believe in giving back and protecting the environment. That’s why they partnered up with One Tree Planted, a non-profit organisation dedicated to global reforestation.
Each time you buy from us, you are contributing to the fight against deforestation, climate change and more
WHAT IS CBD OIL?
CBD oil is made by extracting CBD from the cannabis plant, then diluting it with a carrier oil like coconut or hemp seed oil.
It’s gaining momentum in the health and wellness world, with some scientific studies confirming it may ease symptoms of ailments like chronic pain and anxiety.
CAN I ORDER IT RIGHT NOW?
Cannabrew currently deliver directly to your front door, UK-wide. PS: Don’t be offended if their delivery drivers ask for ID (it’s a rule).
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