It's been a big year for cannabis in Minnesota with recreational marijuana becoming legalized. Now, Duluth's Bent Paddle Brewing Co. is preparing to host a festival that promises to celebrate "the diverse and vibrant community surrounding this amazing plant."

Bent Paddle Brewing Co. has partnered with Legacy Glassworks to establish the first annual Northern HAZE Cannabis Festival. While the event will be smokeless in its inaugural year, it has set a goal to expand in the years to come.

The first Northern HAZE Cannabis Festival promises a day filled with local innovators providing delicious Low Potency THC snacks, and beverages. There will also be live music from local artists, glass-blowing demonstrations, and the opportunity to sample various cannabis products.

The event is set for Friday, June 30 from 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., with music starting at 5 pm. All the fun will happen in the Bent Paddle Yard. Bent Paddle Brewing Co. is located at 1832 W Michigan Street in Duluth. Attendees must be aged 21 and older. There will be no smoking of cannabis allowed and all activities at the festival will be conducted in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.

"We aim to create an unforgettable experience that welcomes both seasoned enthusiasts and newcomers," mentioned Pepin Young, Bent Paddle’s Director of Taproom & Retail Operations. "Cannabis can be intimidating to those who haven't experienced it before. We are creating an inviting environment for those interested in exploring to learn and partake in a safe space."

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Bent Paddle expects the Northern HAZE Cannabis Festival to attract visitors from across the region. Their goal is to make it a must-attend event for cannabis enthusiasts and festival-goers alike.

Bent Paddle Brewing Co.
Bent Paddle Brewing Co.

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