Liberty Market’s Lanesborough Dispensary
Residents, visitors and those passing through the Berkshires, stop at Liberty Market’s Lanesborough dispensary to stock up their stashes while supporting an independent local business. This retail store is both the women led company’s first – as well as the first business of its kind in town.
Ins & Outs
The brick building that Liberty Market’s Lanesborough dispensary was once home to a grocery store by the name of Lanesborough Super Market. Its exterior has remained largely unchanged – with the exception of new signage with the brand’s name and logo as well as window tinting for consumer privacy and regulatory compliance. Local artists have contributed to the building’s visual footprint by painting a large-scale globe in the shape of a heart on the side of the building.
The inside of Liberty Market’s Lanesborough dispensary has been carefully designed to provide consumers with a ‘free range’ shopping experience with a Berkshires theme. Products are showcased on free-standing tables as well as behind the glass of built-in counter displays. The concept is also reinforced by their pet friendly animal policy. Feel free to bring you dog with you when you shop. One of the area’s most iconic trees, the birch, has been installed in the sales area. This feature also supports trail-style signs that indicate which direction to go for walk-ins and preorders.
Freedom of Choice
The concise menu at Liberty Market’s Lanesborough dispensary features a variety of raw, infused and concentrated items from some of Massachusetts most respected cultivators and producers. On an average day, you can find products from names like Garden Remedies, Revolutionary Clinics, Smyth Cannabis, Green Gold Group, Cultivate, Sunday Smokes, TruFlower, Happy Valley and more.
No matter how you choose to enjoy cannabis, Liberty Market’s Lanesborough dispensary is sure to have something for you to take home and enjoy. Traditional smokers usually gravitate to their selection of whole bud flower, pre-rolled joints and concentrates. If you would rather not combust your material, you can opt for one of the ready-to-use vaporizer cartridges that they carry. Simply screw it in to a charged vape pen battery and enjoy. Edibles are also an option. Classics like chocolates and gummies are featured as well as modern favorites like infused seltzer water and THC olive oil.
The positioning of Liberty Market’s Lanesborough dispensary on US-7 makes it an ideal road trip destination or pitstop for those coming from various parts Massachusetts as well as Eastern New York, Southern Vermont and Northern Connecticut. No matter what you drive, you’ll find plenty of space for your vehicle in their expansive private lot. Multiple points of purchase are featured to ensure short waits. You can save even more time by preordering your items online.
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Before You Go
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You can reach the friendly staff at Liberty Market’s Lanesborough dispensary by calling (413) 496-3153.
Liberty Market’s Lanesborough dispensary is located in Berkshire County, near the Massachusetts and New York State line and proudly serves the communities of Hancock, Pittsfield, Hinsdale, Dalton, Peru, Windsor, Savory, Cheshire, New Ashford, Adams and more.
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25 N Main St 35 Brick Building, Lanesborough, MA 01237
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