In this Feb. 27, 2018, photo, Anthony Uribes processes a marijuana plant with an attached tracking label at Avitas marijuana production facility in Salem, Ore. (AP Photo/Andrew Selsky)
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An upstart cannabis company has partnered with a Canadian university to produce -- with government financial backing -- what it says will be the world's first beer made from the mind-altering drug.In doing so, the three-year-old company is joining others such as Canada's largest pot producer Canopy Growth -- which partnered with alcohol giant Constellation Brands last year -- in betting that cannabis-infused beverages will become the most popular way of consuming the psychoactive drug once recreational pot use is legalized in Canada later this year (and in 2019 for edibles).
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