Making Broue & Company Cold Processed Beer Soap!

Making Broue & Company Cold Processed Beer Soap!

Making our Broue & Company cold processed beer soap with beer from our local microbrewery. In French, « Broue » means foam or lather and when you just pour a beer the foam on top is the « Broue » whick also sounds like brew! This soap has a refreshing mint and rosemary essential oil scent perfect for summer!
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