Next Stop Brew

Next Stop Brew Co had a fabulous motto, drink globally locally!  While many brewers come from science & engineering backgrounds, head brewer Andrew Moore is an adventurer, an explorer, a storyteller. He fell in love with craft beer when he moved to Boulder for grad school in Classical archaeology. He began homebrewing as a distraction from homework when he wasn't on digs in the Mediterranean & eventually decided his love for beer was a perfect way to explore his passion for travel, history, & culture. Originally named, Intrepid Sojourner Beer Project - it was a place to experiment with new styles & flavors, & it's also a place to learn the fascinating stories of world cultures & of beer - & of course, it's a place to make your own new stories while you explore new beers with your friends.   A few years later, the name was changed from Intrepid Sojourner to Next Stop.  We're sad to announce Next Stop Brewing closed on May 30. We purchased a lot of beer to keep making your favorite soaps from Next stop.  Hope to see these amazing people back at it again somewhere soon 

Lavender  Triple - The luxury of Provence Lavender in a beer soap!  This beautiful bar has all the classic grace of lavender plus the advantages of beer soap, creamy lather and excellent skin care properties. 

Bangkok - The exotic Bangkok Artists and Mechanics soap is a premiere hand soap for those who work with their hands.  Very scrubby and moisturizing.

The Adventure Gift Box combines these 2 exotic soaps

Ingredients:  Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, Palm Oil, Castor Oil, Sodium Hydroxide, Next Stop  Beer, body safe fragrance and colorant

NOTE:  The palm oil we use comes strictly from members of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO). RSPO certification requires producers to follow strict standards to cultivate sustainable palm oil. RSPO criteria states, "no primary forests or areas which contain significant concentrations of biodiversity (e.g. endangered species) or fragile ecosystems, or areas which are fundamental to meeting basic or traditional cultural needs of local communities (high conservation value areas), can be cleared.” Additionally there are standards that require fair treatment of workers according to local and international labor rights standards.

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