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“So I chose semisweet craft ciders with hops or blends I thought would be good with citrus and hops.” Swain picked the Candy Peel IPA for the same reason.

The result was a surprisingly delightful drink-chugging, hit-taking experience. “It tasted a lot better than just smoking pot,” says Xel Moore, a WW graphic designer who bravely took the Knockout challenge. Swain and Hurst also found the chugging of nice beer and the taste of the weed a surprisingly pleasant experience. The only person who had any issues with the Knockout was this reporter, who was unable to chug her cider and ended up spitting it all over the parking lot, losing a drink and ruining some very nice weed.


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