Daily News: Cannabinoid Cocktails, Singapore’s Cocktail Scene


Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere:

– In measure to conserve water and cut down on costs, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Oakland began planting grape vines at a cemetery outside of San Francisco instead of grass, resulting in the unexpected production of award-winning wines.

– LA-based bartender Jason Eisner introduced cannabinoid oil into several of his drinks for cocktails that offer the anti-anxiety effects of weed without the high.

– Munchies traces the evolution of Singapore’s cocktail scene, which has rapidly transformed into a craft capital.

– While California remains the nation’s largest wine-producing state, Kentucky was the first to begin commercial wine production.

– Finally, Aaron Goldfarb asks 11 craft brewers what they order when their drink of choice is not on tap.

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