Pakalolo Supply Co. Will Temporarily Reduce Retail Store Hours

Due to the enormous rush of eager Fairbanksans to stock up before the Christmas weekend, transporting and testing facilities taking time off for the holidays and delays from local cultivators to bring their products to our shelves, Pakalolo Supply Co. retail store will be reducing our hours.  We will remain closed this week December 27-29, but will be open Friday December 30th to get everyone stocked up to bring in the New Year. We will then will be taking a short hiatus from cannabis sales until our next crop has been tested and approved for sale and we receive more product from partner cultivators. We will still be here in the building nurturing our plants, expanding our grow capacity and taking this time to do make some improvements our facility while we await test results, product from partner cultivators and harvest our next crop.

We anticipate the process of having the product dried, cured, tested and approved and the associated hiatus will take 1 to 2 weeks and we will reopen our doors at that time.  Our next round of plants are on schedule and we are in the process of adding another grow room to expand our harvest size and frequency.  We are also very excited about some new local cultivators getting their very first crop finished and ready to put on our shelves in the coming weeks.

We apologize for the inconvenience and hope for your understanding as we continually work within this new industry to get to a point where the supply of legal cannabis meets the amazing demand of the fine people of Fairbanks!

We hope to see you Friday, December 30th. Mahalo for your understanding, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Senior Vice Presidents
Keenan Hollister & Tyler Hollister
and the rest of the Pakalolo Ohana

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Christmas and Cannabis Cheer

Christmas day is almost upon us and holiday cheer is flowing through the town of Fairbanks, the place that we are proud to call our home.  Christmas lights are strung, decorations are hung and festivity baking and cooking has begun.  I’m sure by now most homes have their Christmas trees fastened into a stand in their main living room completely lit up with sparkling lights towering above the children below, who are undoubtedly holding up presents to their ear as they shake them in an attempt to determine what could be inside. There are also some that like to light up another kind of tree during Christmas, and if you are reading this post you are most likely one of those people.  Of course, I’m talking about cannabis and if you are hoping to purchase some holiday herb for the weekend don’t hesitate to stop by Pakalolo Supply Co. today, Friday December 23rd.  Whether you’re on your way home from work or you’re out doing your last minute gift shopping today is your last chance before Christmas as we will be closed Saturday, Sunday and Monday for the holiday.  The majority of the staff at Pakalolo has been working long hours and 7 days a week to keep the gears turning so that we can do our best to consistently keep our customers happy.  We have been planting, watering, transplanting, cropping, trimming, testing, packaging, printing, labeling and serving literally nonstop since before the doors were even opened up to the public in order to keep up with demand, and we couldn’t be happier to do so.  It has been a whirlwind of hard work and reward for everyone involved. Still, the process has taken a lot of energy out of us all and we are excited to be able to take a few days to, not only spend the best part of the year with our families and loved ones, but to rest and rejuvenate so that when we come back we are as full of energy as humanly possible so that we can continue to serve the city of Fairbanks to the best of our abilities.

If you do end up making it in today we have a new strain on the menu!  It is called Cannalope Haze and it is grown by Subsistence Products, a fellow Fairbanks area cultivator.  The Leafly description is as follows…

“Like the name suggests, Cannalope Haze is a sweet mix of tropical, melon, and floral flavors. Almost a pure sativa that crosses Haze Brothers Original Haze and a Mexican landrace, this strain is a great solution for fatigue and when struggling with appetite loss.”

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Now if you celebrate the holidays like I do, Christmas is a 2 day marathon of eating, watching sports and exchanging presents, then Cannalope Haze is the perfect strain.  I definitely can use a solution for fatigue and a loss of appetite when I’m already about to bust at the seams from just the snack platter and dinner hasn’t even been served yet!  Cannalope Haze is a sativa so it does get your brain and metabolism moving, and if you are wondering it does indeed smell and taste like cantaloupe.  We have a limited amount of 1 gram units so if you want to try it out I suggest arriving at the time the doors open at 3:00pm.

We also have SupaJoints! I’m sure many of you are wondering what exactly is “supa” about a SupaJoint.  First off they are much bigger than our normal sized prerolls weighing at about 1.3g compared to the 0.8g of the smaller joints.  On top of that the trim used to roll the SupaJoints is very, very high quality.  We recently purchased a tumbler trim machine to increase productivity.  The way it works is by spinning untrimmed buds in a pipe shaped colander and whatever pokes through the holes gets chopped by blades spinning on the other side.  However, in the process small pieces of flower also get the axe and end up in our trim containers along with a ton of kief.  Kief is the name for THC trichomes (crystals) that break loose from the bud when being handled.  In the end our super trim is kief, trim and flower mixed together which basically amounts to ground up marijuana! The SupaJoints come at a great holiday price at $15.

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Check out our full menu at http://www.pakalolocupplyco.com where you can see test results and prices on everything in stock.  From everyone at Pakalolo Supply Company to the city of Fairbanks, MERRY CHRISTMAS! See you all next week. Mahalo!