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SUDS UP WITH BEER IN A BAR!


When nothing but a good beer will do, this is the soap for you..
A Little History of Soap:
Soap got its name, according to an ancient Roman legend, from Mount
Sapo.
Mixture of melted animal fat, or tallow, and wood ashes down into the clay
soil along the Tiber River. Women found that this clay mixture made their
wash cleaner with much less effort.
2200 B.C. - Proof of soaps existence was first provided by a 2200 B.C.
Mesopotamian clay tablet with an actual soap recipe inscribed on it.
1500 B.C. - Egyptian manuscripts describe a matter created by combining animal
fats and vegetable oils to create a soap-like substance.
200 A.D. - The very first allusion to soap making in literature occurred by a famous
Greek physician named Galen.
600 A.D. - soap making guilds were formed and the modern formula for soap that
we use today was created.
900 A.D. - soap started to be produced commercially and sold for .3 Dinars per bar.
Industrial Revolution -soap began its production in factories and stopped being
produced in the home kitchen.
Currently - Soap is being produced in the same way as it was centuries ago after
the industrial revolution.

What is Beer?
Beer is a beverage usually made from malted cereal grain, flavored with hops
and brewed by slow fermentation.
Why beer in Soap?
Simple Ingredients, Extraordinary Benefits..
Yeast, as part of beer-making, produces by-products such as phenols and
esters.

Phenols and Esters- strong antibacterial, antioxidant, antiinflammatory, antiseptic and antiviral.

Hops are known for their skin softening properties.


Malted grains produce sugar, providing abundant lather.
Infused with Salt, Oatmeal and Honey!
Salt- excellent body scrub that is being used by many.
Oatmeal- has skin-soothing properties and it is hypoallergenic,
effective exfoliant and of course, moisturizer!
Honey-excellent clarifier. It open up pores, making them easy to unclog.
You can actually use our beer soaps to wash your hair! Follow that up with a beer rinse!
Proteins from the malt and hops-rebuild and repair damaged hair. Try a beer rinse once a month
for soft shiny hair!

How to do it:
MATERIALS:
10.5 ounces (298 grams) sunflower oil
10.5 ounces (298 grams) olive oil
9 ounces (255 grams) coconut oil
9 ounces (255 grams) flat beer, frozen
4.2 ounces (121 grams) lye
PROCEDURES:
1. Flattening of Beer
Canned beer or bottled beer is allowed to flatten for 24 hours. It causes

decarbonization of the beer. Right after, it is chilled overnight.


2. Addition of Caustic Soda to the flat beer.
This causes an exothermic reaction. So add it little by little with

continuous stirring.
3. Pre-heating of oils
Pre-heat combined oils up to 80 deg C.
4. Reacting oils with Lye-Beer solution. (Saponification)
Slowly add Lye-Beer solution in the combiner oils while stirring.
5. Combining with additives and fragrances
When a trace appears, we can now add fragrances and other additives.
6. Molding
Pour the mixture in your preferred mold.
7. Curing
Curing lasts up to 4 weeks for complete saponification.
8. Packaging

Now you are ready to pack your homemade beer soap!

Product Choices:

Plain Soap with Honey


Infused with Salt Crystals
Infused with Oatmeal
Infused with both Salt Crystals and Oatmeal

Comparison of Commercialized Soap to Beer Soap


Our product, beer soap, is a natural handmade soap, which doesnt contain
synthetic ingredients such as preservatives or chemical compounds. Beer soap, like
natural soaps, contain glycerin which is a natural skin emollient (skin softener) that
attracts water from the surrounding air. Beer soap is made using cold process,
which was the original way of soap making back in the days.
While on the other hand,commercialized soaps are made large scale in
factories using the continuous method. Commercialized soaps have had all of the
glycerin removed and placed into additional products such as lotions and creams.
Commercialized soaps also contain synthetic fragrances instead of natural
fragrances to reduce the cost of making soap.

FAQS
What are the benefits of beer soap to the skin?
Beer contains nutrients such as riboflavin, panthothenic acid, biotin, and B vitamins
that have anti-bacterial properties. Which is to say, beer soap is good at clearing up
acne and red splotches left by ingrown hairs, chilling out the symptoms of
dermatitis and eczema, and maintaining balanced oil levels in your skin.

Is this soap good for sensitive skin?


This soap is great for sensitive skin because it is a natural soap, which contain
glycerin, a natural skin moisturizer. It also benefits the skin with the nutrients from
beer.

Which will cost more to produce, beer soap or commercialized soaps?

Beer soap may cost more to produce, because of the natural ingredients that are
used to produce it. Commercialized soaps are naturally cheaper because of its large
scale production and the use of synthetic ingredients in its production.

Does beer soap contain any synthetic fragrances?


No, there were no synthetic fragrances added.
Documentation
Preparation of Ingredients

Preheating of Oils

Addition of Caustic Soda to the flat beer.

Reacting oils with Lye-Beer solution. (Saponification)

Combining with additives and fragrances

Continuous Mixing

Molding

1. Cutting
2. Finished soap processing
3. Packaging