How to Make Cold Process Beer Soap
Why beer soap? Because it’s fun, unique, different, a conversation started, but maybe most importantly, because it adds some extra goodness to your bar of soap! Using alternative (to water) liquids in soap is fairly common. Milk, tea, alcoholic beverages, even food purees are all popular alternatives. Beer is just one of the many alternative liquids that can be used in soap making.
Handout: This comprehensive handout explains how to prepare your beer and the different ways it can be done. It also includes a recipe and step-by-step instructions. You can watch Jennifer's YouTube series on creating gradients HERE if you'd like to see a visual explanation.
NOTE: This handout teaches you how to use beer in place of water in your soap. It is an intermediate soap making skill and assumes you understand the basics of cold process soap making.
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