- Facebook: @wolfpacdenver
- Instagram: @wolfpaccannabis
- Website: wolfpaccannabis.com
- Address: 74 Federal Blvd Denver, CO 80219
Wolf Pac Cannabis – Denver, CO
A small dispensary on South Federal, Wolf Pac Cannabis is quite easy to miss if you don’t know it’s there. Having recently celebrated its one year anniversary, it’s already one of Denver’s best-kept secrets. Although the building itself doesn’t particularly stand out, the layout inside is nice and cozy, and the flower is so good that you’ll never be able to drive past the building without wanting to go inside. I like the fact that it isn’t too crowded and has ample nearby parking, as it’s a little outside the city. It’s also in the best part of town if you’ve got the munchies and are craving some dim sum or a big warm bowl of pho.
The employees at Wolf Pac were warm and friendly, even though I showed up right before closing on a Sunday night. Having never visited before, they were quite enthusiastic to show me the selection, as well as their best-selling products. They cultivate most of their flower, but have also been sourcing some more exotic and unique West Coast strains. If you’re as lucky as I was, you might get to meet Yogi, the store French Bulldog — Yogi, if you’re reading this, I love you.
Upon seeing their flower for the first time, I instantly understood why so many of my friends drive out of their way to buy herb from Wolf Pac. Even though their product selection as a whole is excellent, it’s evident that flower is the star of the Wolf Pac show. For this caliber of cannabis, their prices are ridiculous! Depending on the strain, you can get an ounce of flower for less than $100 out the door. A couple of strains from the ‘Exotic’ shelf that stood out to me included Biscotti, Gelato, Sunset Sherbet, Forbidden Fruit and Chem de la Chem. I also noticed a few of my favorite brands out of the corner of my eye, including Binske (live resin, pâte de fruit and chocolate bars), Coda (chocolate bars, bath bombs, essential oil roll-ons), Green Dot and Xiaolin Cannagars.