Welcome to pure refreshment,
10,000 years in the making.

Sourced from Alaska’s Eklutna Glacier, our bottled glacier water has exceptional taste and naturally high pH – for pure performance and health. Bring Alaska home with water like no other.

 
Welcome to pure refreshment, 10,000 years in the making.

Sourced from Alaska’s great Eklutna Glacier, our premium drinking water has exceptional taste and naturally high pH – for pure performance and health. Bring Alaska home with water like no other.

EXCEPTIONALLY
PURE

NATURALLY
ABUNDANT

SUPERIOR
TASTE

NATURALLY
HIGH pH

EXCEPTIONALLY
PURE

NATURALLY
ABUNDANT

SUPERIOR
TASTE

NATURALLY
HIGH pH

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What about tap water?
In Anchorage, we have pretty fabulous tap water. Although it has flouride and chlorine added and is slightly acidic on the pH scale, its source is the same glacier lake as our bottled water. Not all communities and not all people have access to quality tap water. And as we've seen recently when public utilities are compromised by storm or earthquake, bottled water is a critical need. Some people prefer an Alkaline water for medical reasons. And some prefer water without flouride or chlorine added. Whenever you need pure portable hydration, drink Alaska! Naturally high pH and authentic mineralization. #drinkalaska #alaskaglacier #clearalaskan #madeinalaska
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What about tap water? 
In Anchorage, we have pretty fabulous tap water. Although it has flouride and chlorine added and is slightly acidic on the pH scale, its source is the same glacier lake as our bottled water. Not all communities and not all people have access to quality tap water. And as weve seen recently when public utilities are compromised by storm or earthquake, bottled water is a critical need. Some people prefer an Alkaline water for medical reasons. And some prefer water without flouride or chlorine added. Whenever you need pure portable hydration, drink Alaska! Naturally high pH and authentic mineralization. #drinkalaska #alaskaglacier #clearalaskan #madeinalaska

What about plastic?
Our bottles are made with PET-1, the most recyclable plastic made today. This is especially important in Alaska where only PET 1 and PET 2 recycling exists. Although we are continually looking for greener options in plastic, we remain committed to offering our home state customers a plastic they can recycle. In addition, our boxes are made from 50% recycled cardboard. And our plant operates on a thermal recovery cooling system to minimize our energy use. As Alaskans, we are uniquely connected to nature, and passionate about protecting the earth. Drink Alaska! #drinkalaska #clearalaskan #alaskaglacier #madeinalaska
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What about plastic? 
Our bottles are made with PET-1, the most recyclable plastic made today. This is especially important in Alaska where only PET 1 and PET 2 recycling exists. Although we are continually looking for greener options in plastic, we remain committed to offering our home state customers a plastic they can recycle. In addition, our boxes are made from 50% recycled cardboard. And our plant operates on a thermal recovery cooling system to minimize our energy use. As Alaskans, we are uniquely connected to nature, and passionate about protecting the earth. Drink Alaska! #drinkalaska #clearalaskan #alaskaglacier #madeinalaska

Why does pH matter?
The pH of water is one way that water affects the human body. A drinking water high in pH (or Alkaline) is believed to be better for your health. People with gastric reflux, or mouth, throat or esophagus pain often find a high pH water helps them have less symptoms. It is said that illness cannot live in an alkaline (high pH) body. Our water’s natural alkalinity averages 7.8-8.2 pH - a leader in the bottled water industry. A pH above 7 is considered alkaline. Tap water’s pH is generally 6.8 or acidic. Many bottled waters on the market today are artificially made high in pH. The effects of artificial Alkaline are not well known. Choose natural. Drink Alaska! #drinkalaska #alaskaglacier #clearalaskan
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Why does pH matter? 
The pH of water is one way that water affects the human body. A drinking water high in pH (or Alkaline) is believed to be better for your health. People with gastric reflux, or mouth, throat or esophagus pain often find a high pH water helps them have less symptoms. It is said that illness cannot live in an alkaline (high pH) body. Our water’s natural alkalinity averages 7.8-8.2 pH - a leader in the bottled water industry. A pH above 7 is considered alkaline. Tap water’s pH is generally 6.8 or acidic. Many bottled waters on the market today are artificially made high in pH. The effects of artificial Alkaline are not well known.  Choose natural. Drink Alaska! #drinkalaska #alaskaglacier #clearalaskan