East 9th Brewing honours 420 with new flavour and a road trip

To coincide with 420 Day (April 20), East 9th Brewing are releasing ‘Merry Jane’ Strain #2 – Pineapple OG.

The company decided to release the Hemp Ale after the successful release of Strain #1 of Doss Blockos ‘Merry Jane’ earlier this year.

East 9th Brewing employed some homegrown experts to bring the hemp to their ‘Merry Jane’ Pineapple OG. Local ASX-listed company, Australian Primary Hemp are hemp pioneers who have supplied East 9th Brewing with Australian-grown hemp, and are providing someone the chance to win a trip to see where it’s grown.

“We were so impressed with Australian Primary Hemp’s crop that we want to invite some Doss Blockos Merry Jane fans to join us on a road trip to check it out for themselves,” says East 9th Brewing team.

The date of the road trip is yet to be announced due to COVID-19.

A unique part about the road trip is that winners will need to be blindfolded for part of the journey so that the Australian Primary Hemp’s ‘secret stash’ and confidential location remains secret and confidential.

For your chance to gain a spot on the road trip, visit e9thbrewing.com/MERRYJANE/ and submit your favourite Snoop Dogg lyric.

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