The fascinating highs and lows of both a man and a movement, Hageseth’s story is essential reading on the new marijuana economy.
— Jake Browne, The Cannabist by The Denver Post
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Big Weed is the story of a Colorado businessman who dreams of building a state-of-the-art tourist destination in the foothills of the Rockies devoted to the glory of (legal) marijuana—and makes that dream come true. He shares the story of how he got into this burgeoning field, his company’s ups and downs, and insights that can be applied to almost any other business.

I’ve written about a half dozen books for business people, in their voices, but Mr. Hageseth is the first to permit me to share a byline with him. You can see the gorgeous plans of his upcoming “weedery”—which I’d describe as being like a brewery, winery, meadery, or cidery, only with marijuana—at this website. The $30 million-dollar facility is currently under construction.

Palgrave/Macmillan pubbed the book April 20, 2015, a date of special significance for cannabis lovers.

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Witty and informed...
An accessible primer on the capitalistic opportunities presented by this vice gone suddenly mainstream.
— Kirkus Reviews


Green Man Cannabis founder Christian Hageseth explains the vision for Green Man Cannabis Ranch & Amphitheater—the world's first weedery. A weedery is like a winery or brewery but for legal marijuana. The first facility will be located in Denver, CO.

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Whatever the reader’s views on the subject, this is an ideal insider’s look at an industry in a time of momentous change.
— Publishers Weekly (starred review)