Forget the hair of the dog, wash away your morning hangover with a bar of beer.
Etsy is the home to several beer soap sellers including The Beer Soap Company and Dennis Anderson’s Soap Company. They make soap from some of your favorite brews… such as Cherry Cedarwood made with Sam Adams Cherry Wheat beer, the Poor Boy Beer Soap made from Pabst Blue Ribbon and a stout bar of soap made from Guinness Extra Stout.
I can’t think of anything better than taking a shower with St. Pauli Girl (“mild and gentle with a creamy lather”).
Dennis Anderson warns us that the soap is not edible… you won’t get a buzz and you’ll be blowing bubbles for the rest of the week.
They’re all guaranteed to clean, but don’t bother with the Coors Light soap… that would be like showering with only water. Pow!
For a beer soap search across Etsy, click here.
Hi David, I am the co-owner of The Beer Soap Company! Thank you so much for talking about us on your blog, very appreciated!
Sorry for the mix-up Dennis, I have corrected the post. I can’t seem to find the PBR soap nor the loosely referenced pull quote that I attributed you with. So let’s just chalk this post up to bad journalism 🙂 Good luck with the move.
I am not the owner of thebeersoapcompany.etsy.com, I run dennisanderson.etsy.com and I do sell some variety in beer soaps when I open. thebeersoapcompany is run by someone else 🙂