A while back we came across one spa that serves up rejuvenating beer baths paired with self serve taps throughout the spa, and just a few months ago heard about a beer hair rinse that is so beneficial even the celebrities are taking part in the ritual. Now it has recently come to our attention that several other spas around the good ole USA offer unique specialty beer treatments to their visitors looking to find boozy serenity.
It turns out the hops in the beer works wonders when soaked in, hydrating and exfoliating the skin and adding volume and shine to hair. Although this soaking ritual has been around for quite some time, we were excited to learn that many spas around the country offer unique treatments in partnership with some craft breweries. Here are a few of the spas and treatments that have fallen onto our boozy bucket lists. If you have a favorite beer inspired spa or treatment that we missed, please do feel free to tell us about it below!
Four Seasons Resort Vail, CO: The spa has partnered with the Crazy Mountain Brewing Company to develop a Brew and Renew treatment list offered to all guests. The list includes an Amber Ale Foot Soak and a luxurious Brew And Renew massage.
The Lodge at Woodloch: Another match made in heaven was born when The Lodge at Woodloch in the Poconos teamed up with Dogfish Head brewery to offer body exfoliation treatments. Pedicures, beer baths, and massages are all infused with Dogfish Head Medias Touch, benefiting the treatments by adding hops, barley and honey to rejuvenate the skin.
The Spa at the Ritz-Carlton, Denver: In Denver the Hops & Honey Ultimate Pedicure and the Mile High Malt Scrub & Micro Massage are both include beer brewed over at the The Great Divide Brewing Co. To top it all off both treatments also include actually drinking the beer, offering samples to sip during and a glasses to lounge with after the treatment is complete.