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This bar was born when I had a request to create a soap that would have appeal to men. I created a beer soap which is crafted from local brew, this most recent batch with local Lavender Ale. The soap gets its name from NC singer-songwriter Chuck Brodsky's song, 930 Pint. It's a song he wrote after one of his Ireland tours, and he was gracious enough to allow me to use the name after sampling the soap. Hops give it a light scent, a bit like licorice or anise. No scent from the Lavender remains, and it is otherwise unscented. I add flax seed for the omega 3’s. Omega 3 fatty acids can improve the complexion by enhancing texture and softness and also have hydrating and anti-inflammatory properties. So, go ahead and indulge! Pure pleasure in this bar, with no need for a designated driver! The perfect groomsmen gift for beer lovers.

I collect rainwater, and filter it for use in all of my soaps. This creates a soap that is exceptionally gentle on skin. Each large bar weighs approximately 6 ounces. Keep your soap out of standing water to prolong your enjoyment. For additional quantities, please convo me. Visit my blog at www.abelabodycare.blogspot.com, about gardens, chickens, soap, simple living.

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930 Pint Natural Beer Seagrove Soap

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: olive oil, coconut oil, soy oil, filtered rainwater, organic flaxseed, lye, locally brewed Lavender ale
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 195 reviews
  • Favorited by: 14 people