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In 1936 AEL&P completed the construction of their new showroom and operations headquarters at 134 N. Franklin St. Today this beautifully renovated location is the home of the Amalga Distillery, who hosted us in their Artist's Gallery as part of our 125th anniversary celebration. Displaying some rarely seen images of AEL&P’s fascinating history, we made available some of our historical photo archives to the community of Juneau, who we have proudly served since 1893.
100% of sales were donated to the Southeast Alaska Food Bank.
AEL&P's 1936 construction of the their new headquarters and showroom.