"Denver’s craft brewing scene is about to get some stiff competition. The Colorado Cannabis Ranch & Amphitheater is going to be the Colorado’s first “marijuana cultivation center,” a.k.a. the state’s first weedery."
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"In the Napa Valley, they offer winery tours; in Kentucky, it’s bourbon distillery tours. Many craft brewers provide tours of their breweries. The Colorado Cannabis Ranch & Amphitheater, set to open in 2016, plans to become the nation’s first 'weedery,' offering tours of their marijuana cultivation center and dispensary just a short distance from downtown Denver."
"The largest multi use venue in the cannabis industry will be coming to the United States in 2016. The Colorado Cannabis Ranch & Amphitheater will house a cultivation center, restaurant, rooftop bar, an onsite dispensary, and much more. This mega project is the work of the American Cannabis Partners with the planning of the industry renowned Christian Hageseth."
"At the after-party for the National Cannabis Summit — an annual conference thick with entrepreneurs and business people, held in the bowels of the Sheraton in downtown Denver — eight of us attendees boogied alongside one of the more engaging speakers, the medical researcher Dr. Suzanne Sisley, who wore throughout the party a towering, purple velvet Mad Hatter’s hat."
"Weedery: There have been tours to some of the places where pot is grown, but now at least one ganjapreneur (another neologism), American Cannabis Partners, is envisioning a sophisticated spread with a variety of venues and entertainment as well as crops - the weedery is like a winery or brewery."
"New Zealand loves marijuana. While estimates vary, somewhere between 11%-15% of New Zealanders have consumed the drug in the last twelve months. It’s the most-used illegal drug in the country, and number three most popular drug overall, behind alcohol and tobacco."
"In opening up doors to conversation and more-informed decision-making, the entirety of the novel experience represents a major shift for major public venues. The space will raise awareness and de-stigmatize the agricultural creation of weed, ultimately creating culture around marijuana that one might find at a winery."