Enough Said (Lager)
Strain: Enough Said
Producer: Two Roots Brewing Co.
Contributor: B. O’Neal
Two Roots Enough Said (Lager)
Enough Said is a low alcohol content lager made by the Two Roots Brewing Co.
Made with Pilsner malt and Hallertau hops, Enough Said is a 10 fl. oz. Cannabeer lager with less than 0.5% alcohol by volume. The product contains 4.33 mg of THC. According to the Two Roots website, edibles can often contain a random distribution of THC, Two Roots technology delivers a consistent dose of THC in every can. The nanoemulsion technology means it’s evenly distributed. What is nanoemulsion technology? Nanoemulsion breaks down the CBD and THC into extremely small particles making it more readily absorbed by the body—significantly speeding up the onset of effects. Their whole modus operandi is to “banish the sloppy buzz.” Boosted with electrolytes and B-vitamins for maximum hydration eradicating any chance of a hangover.
The can looks very sharp. Professional, clean, and modern are just a few of the adjectives that come to mind. Upon the initial pour, the beer was a tan, caramel-like color. It had the appearance of a light tan leather couch; almost whiskey or iced tea-like. It poured just like any normal beer at first, but then the carbonation quickly dissipated. Unsure if pouring the product from the can would have an effect on the carbonation, taste, and the way the product was intended to be consumed; let’s move swiftly and carry on.
There isn’t a whole lot to say here. It smells like beer. There is no cannabis or THC scent one can detect, at least not to the writer’s sense of smell.
As a beer drinker by trade, I love my lagers. However, this was a little too hoppy for a lager for my taste. It almost seems to lean more towards a mild IPA. It was also a bit flat and had very little carbonation. Now again, I don’t know if this was due to pouring the contents into a glass for a photo opportunity, or if this is consistent with no matter how one drinks it. We will need to reconvene on the matter.
The onset of the effects was pretty subtle. It was a mild head high that actually made me a little drowsy in the middle of the day. However, if the user has a high tolerance, they may not feel the effects as easily as someone with a low tolerance. For this reason, I see this as a great beginner or tourist product. Someone that just wants to try a cannabis product — maybe even for the first time — but is a bit hesitant and doesn’t want it to get the best of them.
I think this is a great product if someone is looking for a beer alternative or anyone that would be throwing a cannabis party. Or with its low alcohol content, just an alternative to alcohol in general. I would also recommend this product to anyone that is looking to try a mild dosage of cannabis for the first time or anyone that doesn’t like smoking.
Another thing to make mention of is the resealable top. This would be a handy feature if you don’t plan to finish it in one sitting. However, how long it would stay or the effect on the flavor is yet to be determined. At only ten ounces, one shouldn’t have too difficult of a time finishing this beverage in one sitting. Overall, I would give Two Roots Enough Said Lager three out of five stars. It is definitely worth trying.
2244 Paradise Rd,
Las Vegas, NV 89104
Phone number: (702) 209-2400
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