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Short’s Brewing Company drops new Soft Parade vapes


Short's Brewing and Jolly Edibles released a Soft Parade-flavored vape cartridge. - COURTESY PHOTO
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  • Short's Brewing and Jolly Edibles released a Soft Parade-flavored vape cartridge.

Short’s Brewing Company’s popular Soft Parade beer can now be vaped — or at least its fruity flavors can.

Short’s teamed up with Skymint’s Jolly Edibles to debut a new Soft Parade flavored vape cartridge. The 1-gram vape cart has 84.70% THC and retails for $52 before taxes, and like the beer, has flavors derived from Michigan seasonal berries, including strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries.

The two companies previously collaborated on a line of Short’s-flavored gummies, including Soft Parade, Huma Lupa Licious, and Starcut Cider Mosa, as well as a line of Moscow Mule-flavored edibles.

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