the craft cannabis club
Keep life rolling with the complete cannabis experience
You deserve a comfortable place to be you. Savor the vibe, share resources, make cannabis connections and enjoy Monthly Mystery Gift Boxes for more than just a “quick kick.” It’s the Craft Cannabis Club.
The Craft Cannabis Club is your members-only place to savor comfortable cannabis experiences. Kick back at the club itself or enjoy the monthly gift boxes you can use at home or give away. When you plug into the Craft Cannabis Club, you plug into a unique and vibrant community working toward restoring cannabis therapy.
Crafting experiences, cultivating therapy
The Craft Cannabis Club gives you complete access to the “most important plant on the planet,” in the words of Dr. William Courtney. Cannabis is finally being embraced as an essential means of therapy. In Michigan and across the country, we’re taking steps toward the right to wellness with all the benefits cannabis therapy provides.
But the war thunders in the background
Even as cannabis—medicinal cannabis and recreational consumption—is slowly being legalized state-by-state, society is still reeling from 100 years of misinformation, manipulation and lies that were aimed to oppress targeted populations.
With the legalization of cannabis in Michigan, safe places to consume it didn’t just spring up overnight. Legalization hit the market like a storm, and the first people able to jump the hoops of state and local regulations weren’t cannabelievers. They were business investors looking to cash in.
Despite the legalization of medical cannabis in Michigan in 2008 and recreational consumption in 2018, over 20,000 cannabis-related arrests still take place every year. Those already serving time for offenses before the legalization have been left to languish in prison. They’re the prisoners of the War on Weed that hasn’t ended, judged for crimes that others are now making millions on. As soon as states started restoring rights to this plant, cannabis went from being “dangerous” to “essential” in short order—assuming you bought it on the “white market.”
The Craft Cannabis Club isn’t about to let this injustice take hold. What was wrong with the War on Weed is still wrong, and we built our club as a unique space for cannabelievers and the cannacurious. It’s the safe place where you can count on a comfortable experience while making the connections to help end the disastrous War on Weed.
When did you become cannacurious?
We all have an origin story that led us to be cannacurious, and each story is unique. But there are some factors in common. Some of our problems run society-wide, and unless we all change, we will all suffer.
Most of us were raised with the class War on Weed stigmas. Stoners are lazy. They’re junkies. They should be ashamed. Good people don’t consume cannabis. Our leadership has experienced the stigmas first-hand, including arrest, prosecution, asset seizure and asset forfeit. This can’t go on. We are determined.
The Craft Cannabis Club was built with the tools and education to make those stigmas a thing of the past. You’ve moved past those stigmas, and we believe society can, too. We are committed to promoting greater wellness and awareness to make cannabis therapy normal again.
If I could give more stars I would. Everything from the ambiance to the people were amazing. New favorite spot! Good service, upscale selections and great music. Anyone who visits will fall in love. Thanks for making us feel like family xo
Where we came from, Where we're going
The Craft Cannabis Club is about you living your most vibrant life. But it’s also about something bigger.
We support cannabelievers and the cannacurious so that our craft community can be more inclusive, more just, and more ethical.
Cannabis has a long social and economic history of misinformation. The Craft Cannabis Club is devoted to more than savoring safe products. We’re also deeply engaged in the cultural and historical context of cannabis.
Become a Craftsmember. We got where we are because of what we believe. The only piece missing now is you.
If you want to enjoy cannabis comfortably and be part of the cannabeliever community without suffering the stigmas or hurdles, you can.
It takes an ecosystem of like-minded cannabelievers to move past the stigmas. We’re about evolution. We can evolve, and the system can evolve. Here’s how you play your part:
Steps to join the club
You become a member of the Craft Cannabis Club and choose how often you want to receive our box of mystery gifts. This handpicked delivery of products keeps life rolling, and the Club is available at your beck and call to connect and kick back, and cultivate a world where cannabis therapy is restored and social norms revamped.
Take our customized craft quize and
schedule a club visit
Enroll for a FREE 14 days Membership.
Then, we personally get to know each other.
Explore everything your craft cannabis club membership has to offer! Get exclusive
access to in club events and member parks.
After 14 days, your application is approved. Welcome to our community! Select pick-up or delivery and choose the frequency you’d like to receive your complimentary monthly craft box. Or, gift to a friend!
With a Craft Cannabis Club Membership, you get exclusive club access, monthly gift boxes, and experiences to help you get the most from the super plant.
Take a month off, switch memberships, or cancel at any time.
Experience the vibe you never knew you needed
Feel whole. Feel accepted. The Craft Cannabis Club is the place you feel like you belong to. Exclusive membership is limited to 420 founding members.
Be part of the movement to make cannabis therapy normal again by eliminating the stigmas and damage from the disastrous War on Weed.
Ascribe to the vibe
From cannacurious to cannabelievers and cannadvocates, join the movement for social injustice reform to uphold the history, culture, and the art of cannabis
Clean, hand-made products
Ethical employment practices
Local ownership & control
Redistribution of industry wealth
Small batch harvest & processing
Responsible social consumption
Ending the failed and disastrous drug war