On June 9, 2017, the team at AK Frost opened their dispensary doors, as one of the first and only vertically integrated dispensaries in Alaska. Their retail store is proud to introduce suberly grown cannabis to the Anchorage community, coupled with exciting employment opportunities and a friendly environment for newcomers and veteran users alike to learn about marijuana. AK Frost is determined to make their customers happy and proudly offer the best products, largest selection, and fairest prices to their Anchorage community and guests from beyond.
AK Frost’s menu showcases everything from flower to shatter, prerolls to distillate, edibles, capsules, tinctures and more. All cannabis products are created through AK Frost’ parent companies, AK Isidore and AK Rime, who specialize in the latest clean growing methods and state-of-the-art extraction processes. Shatter is AK Frost’s specialty, and their sticky SAP Buckets are among their best sellers. Dispensary customers can browse through popular strains like Poppa’s OG, God’s Gift, Blue Dream, and other cultivars exclusive to AK Frost’s Anchorage dispensary. All marijuana products are lab testing before landing on AK Frost’s shelves.
At this time, AK Frost accepts cash only and provides customers with an ATM on site. Curious clients can connect with their retail on Facebook, their website, or easily call or email with any questions. Their Anchorage parking lot features seventeen large parking spaces with ADA accessibility.
AK Frost is conveniently located near International Airport Road in central Anchorage, making their retail store an easy stop right off the plane for curious tourists. They welcome patrons from throughout Anchorage, Sunrise, Alyeska, Spenard, and along the Spenard Highway. Eagle River, Butte, Palmer, and Wasilla customers can experience their top quality cannabis. Customers in Point MacKenzie, Big Lake, Knik-Fairview, and Susitna are invited to AK Frost’s dispensary, and throughout Anchorage’s regional area, AK Frost is proud to offer clean, affordable marijuana.
Anchorage is Alaska’s largest city, founded in the southern area of the Cook Inlet. Visitors arrive in the region via the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport and explore from there a wide variety of cultural, natural and historical attractions. Downtown Anchorage is home to the Anchorage Museum’s Alaskan artifacts while the Alaska Museum of Science and Nature features dinosaur bones and other displays. The Anchorage 5th Avenue Mall features dozens of trendy fashion spots for shoppers to enjoy, and the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts hosts three theaters and a variety of plays, symphonies, and dance recitals.