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5 Reasons to Soap-Up this Oktoberfest

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While early and middle September belongs to pumpkin, as the temperatures truly begin to turn, in the distance you can hear the sounds of accordions,  the echoing of clogs, and maybe a yodel or two. That’s right, it’s Oktoberfest time. A time to celebrate the community, to celebrate the harvest of old and who are we kidding but to drink beer. Although, why just drink your beer, when you can actually benefit your body by WASHING with some of your favorite craft brews? Need some convincing here are just 5 of the many benefits.

No Hangover:  You know that awkward moment when you have a family function but your friends have been screaming DAS BOOT all night. Yeah it can be tricky to manage the two. Well washing with any of Savage Soap’s brew lines allows that subtle energy you feel from a night out, all while still making you presentable to grandma.

You’ll be in better shape: A recent poll shows that the majority of Americans shower after working out. While this seems like a no brainer, at least to everyone but Stevens in accounting, working out will get you into better shape. While not all beer is light, WASHING with a bar of Flying Dog ® Kujo is calorie free. While the actual soap won’t shed the pounds, going to the gym and pumping the iron will.

It’s good for your skin: Ever wonder why baseball players shower each other in beer? It’s because they care about each other’s skin. Alright maybe not in its foamy form but beer believe it or not does have natural antiseptic properties. In addition to those natural properties other ingredients in Savage Soaps ®’ brew lines feature other agents that on their own you might not choose, however in a soap like Flying Dog ® Bloodline, you also get the benefits of the infused orange peel that is rejuvenating for many skin types.

Easier to sneak onto a cruise ship:  October is a time that a lot of people take cruises and while cruises are a great way to relax,  due to new regulations it’s tougher and tougher sneaking booze onto the high seas…Well, you won’t need too but still can take your favorite microbrew with you.

It’s subtle: Yes, it’s unprofessional to smell like beer first thing in the morning. However if you’re worried that bathing with beer soap will cause an awkward trip in the elevator, fear not.  The smell is more than subtle, which means you and your skin, get the benefits of using an artisanal soap, less the artificial  chemicals you find in corporate brands, all while using some of your favorite craft brews in a new and refreshing way.

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The great news too, Savage Soaps ® brew line has plenty to choose from like: Flying Dog® Pale Ale (honey lemon patchouli), Flying Dog® Kujo (coffee allspice), Flying Dog® Gourd Std. (pumpkin spice), Flying Dog® Bloodline (orange spice), Brewer’s Alley Beersud (clove cinnamon spice) , Mononcacy Brewing Co. O Honey Stout Sud (oatmeal & honey), & Red Shedman’s Honey Bourbon (bourbon, caramel, vanilla, leather).

Leave in the comments below or on our social media sites which of your favorite craft beers we should make a soap out of next.

Now, Wash Responsibly!

It was a pleasure to be part of The Beah Show, hosted by Rob Goss of Whitey’s Liquors and filmed by Ferg Video last week. Myself and Jim Bauckman of Monocacy Brewing Company/Brewer’s Alley partnered together to bring about two of our bestselling soaps “BEERSUD” and “O HONEY STOUT SUD”. Select your favorite Savage Soaps for your sweetie on Valentine’s Day and make great splash! Watch The Beah Show below.

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It’s a wrap! After filming toast.

 

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