Cannabis Beverages Are Coming to Houston

New Bayou City Hemp Company THC-infused beverages.
New Bayou City Hemp Company THC-infused beverages.

Bayou City Hemp Company (BCHC) and Silver Eagle Distributors Houston are introducing legal cannabis-infused, non-alcoholic beverages and products to the Greater Houston market.

BCHC recently acquired Houston’s award-winning 8th Wonder Brewery, Distillery and Cannabis to develop a line of cannabis-infused products, the company states. Along with the current 8th Wonder Brewery and Distillery products available, these new non-alcoholic seltzers will be supplied to retailers throughout Harris, Fort Bend and Montgomery counties by Silver Eagle. 

“The partnership between Bayou City Hemp and Silver Eagle Houston is a groundbreaking step for the beverage industry at large. This collaboration is something that has never been done at this magnitude and we are thrilled to be on the frontlines of this industry shift,” said Ben Meggs, CEO of BCHC and 8th Wonder, in a news release.

Hemp-Derived THC-Infused Beverages

The lineup of cannabis-infused beverages will include HOWDY, Lil Bit, Beach Break and Wonder Water, the company states.

HOWDY THC-infused seltzer.

The full set of beverages are compliant with both the 2018 Federal Farm Bill and Texas HB 1325, allowing for legal sale and distribution throughout most of the nation. The beverages are infused with Delta 9 THC derived from hemp, extracted and formulated using BCHC’s CO2 extraction and nano-emulsion technologies, according to the company.

“Silver Eagle Houston is excited to introduce a new innovative product to our local retailers and consumers,” said Tom Montague, Vice President of Sales, in the release. “The team at Bayou City Hemp has created a top-of-the-line product and we are looking forward to expanding our partnership with 8th Wonder Brewery, Distillery and now Cannabis.”

The THC-infused beverages are presently available in Houston, Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth and San Antonio, the company states. Consumers in the Greater Houston area will see this portfolio of beverages on a lot more store shelves and menus this month.