At Jim Cramer's teach-in Saturday, Oct. 13, TheStreet's founder sat down with Constellation Brands (STZ - Get Report) COO Bill Newlands and Canopy Growth's (CGC - Get Report) CEO Bruce Linton.

The three had a discussion about legalizing cannabis in Canada--which is effective Wednesday, Oct. 17--the future of cannabis-infused beverages and, of course, stoner bars. 

One question Cramer asked was about whether or not the cannabis-infused drinks produced by Constellation Brands and Canopy would have alcohol in them. The answer was no, according to Newlands.

So, the question became: How will people enjoy the beverages? 

"Stoner" bars are an obvious alternative for consumers who want to enjoy cannabis-infused drinks without being around others who are consuming alcohol. 

As a bar owner, what does Cramer think? 

Well, he's focused on getting his bar off the ground, but he and his wife have discussed cannabis bars. 

Looks like Cramer will be keeping an eye out for stoner bars now that recreational marijuana has been legalized in Canada.