Cannabis Craftsmanship: How to Make Hash

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Have you ever wondered how the hash you find on dispensary shelves is made or wanted to make it yourself? Recently we visited Sugarleaf Farm in Skagit County, Washington to find out how they make their pressed hash.

Mark Brinn, owner of Sugarleaf Farm and Funky Skunk Extracts, walked us through the steps he takes when concentrating cannabis into pressed bricks of hash. Using a modern take on traditional hash-making techniques, Mark creates a concentrate through a process that is entirely mechanical and does not use butane or any other solvents to extract the cannabinoids and terpenes from the cannabis plant.

Have you ever made pressed hash? Check out the video for Mark’s step-by-step instructions and share your experience in the comments section below. And don’t forget to subscribe to Leafly’s video channel for the next episode Cannabis Craftsmanship series and more!

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Big thanks to Mark Brinn and the team at Sugarleaf Farms and Funky Skunk Extracts for showing us how they make their hash!
Find more information at:
www.sugarleaffarm.com
www.funkyskunkextracts.com

Required disclaimer from Washington State: “This product has intoxicating effects and may be habit forming. Marijuana can impair concentration, coordination, and judgment. Do not operate a vehicle or machinery under the influence of this drug. There may be health risks associated with consumption of this product. For use only by adults twenty-one and older. Keep out of the reach of children.”

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15 thoughts on “Cannabis Craftsmanship: How to Make Hash

  1. Love that technique of pressing your hash can you list available sources of heated hydraulic presses? THANX.

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  2. hash to a weed smoker is like telling someone who drives a car to take a bike. yeah it's still a mode of transportation but it takes a hell of a lot longer to get where you're going… plus when i see a car im like "oh shit nice a car" who the fuck ever heard of a crazy looking bike?

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