It's irrelevant. In the past HBT forbid discussing the subject entirely. At some point the owner decided that it could be allowed to be discussed as long as it was ONLY discussed in terms for inclusion in a recipe.I'm a legal medical mj patient if that needs to be stated.
A few issues here, but the main one being that you cannot extract enough THC or CBD from undecarboxylated cannabis to skip that step of the process. You're going to run into the issues that @Ashevillain noted above if you are working with the raw plant material in any usable quantity. You need to decarb first (Google the processes that exist and then make a tincture). If you want to run a trial, do it your existing way and do another batch with decarb'd cannabis, take a dosage of yours on one day then the other on another and compare notes. It'll be night and day.I've tried making this a couple times. I soaked the cannabis in EverClear, and added it, including the cannabis, a few days before bottling. I don't know if there was any THC or CBD in the beer, but it had the aroma and flavor.
Without decarb'ing your cannabis, you are only pulling over very low in any quantity of THC. What you are going to pull over are all the unpleasant plant aromas, flavors, and mouthfeels without any of the umph.That sounds interesting. Thank you for sharing. I am sure if it contains cannabis, then it should have some THC, but probably a tiny amount. I used to smoke weed but recently decided to switch to CBD oil instead due to a low THC level. I ordered a few vape juices on http://knockoutcbd.com to replace weed. Also, I love beer. But to be honest, I have never tried to combine both. I am even thinking about what if I try to add CBD oil to beer. Have anyone tried or at least heard about those experiments? Shall I take the risk?
Using raw plant material or a variance of that will not end well, but using a tincture or some directive of process material can/should work.And, I disagree with you about the flavors and aromas being unpleasant. To each their own.