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Soda companies like Coca-Cola (NYSE: KO) and PepsiCo (NYSE: PEP) are hunting for a big investment.

Plus, huge alcohol companies like Diageo (NYSE: DEO) and Anheuser-Busch InBev (NYSE: BUD) wants a piece of the action.

The world’s No. 2 brewery – Molson Coors (NYSE: TAP) – just inked a deal with this undiscovered cannabis stock.

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Most folks thought Molson Coors would partner up with one of the major players . . .

Like Aphria or Aurora Cannabis.

Instead, the brewery selected a smaller player . . .

HEXO Corp. (OTC: HYYDF).

Molson and HEXO are forming a new partnership . . .

Called Truss.

Truss will work to develop THC-infused drinks for the Canadian market in 2019. As legalization expands to other countries, Truss will expand its product distribution.

The new cannabis drink company will be led by a former Molson Coors executive. And the board includes appointees from both Molson and HEXO.

The partnership is owned 57.5% by Molson Coors, and 42.5% by HEXO.

It’s unclear how much capital is being invested in Truss. Molson Coors is being issued 11.5 million warrants to purchase shares of HEXO at a price of $6.

HEXO shares have been surging since the deal was announced on Aug. 1.

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After the deal was announced, you could’ve picked up shares of HEXO for around $3.75.

Today the stock is trading around $6.52 . . .

That’s a 73% gain in just over two months.

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