Witts End Brewing of Denver has allowed us to create 2 beautiful beer soaps from their tasty brews - Jean Claude Van Blonde and Ugly Sweater. We have captured the essence of each brew in our artisan beer soap.
At the dawn of the fourth wave of craft beer, Wit's End opened its original nano-brewery in 2011 and hasn't looked back since. Through the years Wit's End has added some hardware on the walls including Great American Beer Fest and World Beer Cup awards, a new 7 BBL Brewhouse, and more amazing memories than it could ever hope to share. It will remain an artisanal Denver brewery that continues to be fueled by dreams and inspired by the limitless potential of craft beer.join Wit's End on the journey!
In December 2017 Wit's end moved into the original strange craft location and Witts End and Strange Craft Beers became the first co-taproom/co-brewery in Denver.
Jean Claud Van Blonde - Tropical fruits, pineapple and banana charged with a hint of hops and spice.
Ugly Sweater - Just like you favorite old sweater, this soap is scented with autumn comfortable nuts, biscotti and spice
Ingredients: Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, Palm Oil, Castor Oil, Sodium hydroxide, real beer, body safe fragrance and color.
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.