Bear Creek Winery’s tasting room offers both of the winery’s brands, as seen here in this photo taken April 17, 2019. The original Bear Creek brand has nine wines on the tasting list year-round and five seasonal wines. Five different wines are under the Glacier Bear brand, made strictly from Alaskan-grown berries and fruits at its location in Kachemak City, Alaska. (Photo by McKibben Jackinsky)

Bear Creek Winery’s tasting room offers both of the winery’s brands, as seen here in this photo taken April 17, 2019. The original Bear Creek brand has nine wines on the tasting list year-round and five seasonal wines. Five different wines are under the Glacier Bear brand, made strictly from Alaskan-grown berries and fruits at its location in Kachemak City, Alaska. (Photo by McKibben Jackinsky)

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