a blog by La Kifo
Alcoholic weed has come to Los Angeles, and to dispensaries across the state.
Weed Beer? Dabchelada claims to be the "first medicated Michelada 200mg of shatter". I'' have to admit, I had and still have no clue what Michelada is. From all that I have read about this, I have to guess it's beer. Wikipedia says, "A michelada (Spanish pronunciation: [mitʃeˈlaða]) is a Mexican cerveza preparada made with beer, lime juice, and assorted sauces, spices, and peppers. It is served in a chilled, salt-rimmed glass. There are numerous variations of this beverage throughout Mexico and Latin America"
That sounds gross. I like the idea of weed beer but I ain't down for Weedy Marys. Sauce is for pasta, pizza, and subs. It is not for drinks. The only thickness I will accept in a drink is a slush. And still slush is for children, I haven't had a slush since like 2007. Also, cross-fading is not this great thing, that the Facebook page would lead you to believe. Cross-fading will never fail to give you the wobbles, headaches, and wicked hangovers. Every night we go out, we usually have to make a choice, drink or smoke. I don't know a lot of people who actively love mixing those two drugs. The people I do know that like it, are fucking crazy.
Don't get me wrong, there was a time that I used to dabble in the art of cross and fading. But much like my Gorilla suit, I grew out of it. Also, there are certain times or places that I wouldn't be opposed to it. The point is, there is no market for this product. I can't imagine there is a long list of people who would use this as their go to get up juice.
There's that, and there's the fact that this product can in no way be safe for consumption. I know, I know alcohol and marijuana (any drug for that matter) are not entirely safe to use in first place. But the fact that they have combined them, has to make this drink commit brain cell genocide.
If these guys wanna toss a few samples my way, I am all for it. You just won't see me walking out of dispensary with a sixer of it.
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