We are back in the office and hard at work after our spring break, and we have some exciting new soaps for this month’s craft beer soap releases.
This month we will have two craft beer soap releases: Friday, April 15th, Friday, April 29th.
Our April 15th craft beer soap release will have 13 new featured craft breweries, (including our first featured Tennessee craft brewery!), and our April 29th beer soap release will have restocks and new offerings from our previously featured breweries.
April 15th Craft Beer Soap Release
This month’s new featured craft breweries are Adroit Theory Brewing Company, Bearded Iris Brewing, Bier Brewery, Hubbard’s Cave Brewery, Metazoa Brewing Company, New Holland Brewing Company, Metazoa Brewing Company, Quaff On! Brewing Company, Terre Haute Brewing Company, Trap Door Brewing, Triton Brewing Co., Voodoo Brewing Co., and Wyldewood Cellars .*
Keep reading to find out more information about these craft breweries, and for a link to view (and purchase!) these new craft beer soaps when they are released.
Adroit Theory Brewing Company
Located in Purcellville, Virginia, Adroit Theory Brewing Company is proof that you don’t always have to choose between quality and quantity when brewing delicious craft beer. In the first six months after their January 2014 opening, Adroit Theory brewed 37 different beers. Since then, their team of craft beer wizards has brewed more than 1,000 unique beers (each with its own identifying Ghost number. Their frequently rotating (yet always delicious) options and unique style of can art has earned them an army of fans across the country. Learn More
Bearded Iris Brewing
Are you from Tennessee? Because you’re the only 10 I see! We are excited to introduce our first featured Tennessee craft brewery: Bearded Iris Brewing! Named for the Tennessee state flower and the boldness, style, and timeless appeal it represents, Bearded Iris Brewing aims to give beer drinkers exactly what they are looking for. Instead of brewing as many styles as possible, BIBCO (as it’s known affectionately) focuses on mastering the nuances of hop varieties, and showcasing them to their fullest potential in beers that everyone from new beer drinkers to craft beer connoisseurs will enjoy. Read More
Family owned and operated Bier Brewery was founded in 2010 by a father and son team with a 55 -gallon brewing set-up and an appreciation for details. So much so that they use “unique water profiles as a base for each beer”. This attention to detail has earned them more than 100 awards at various brewing competitions, and multiple expansions of their brewing capabilities and offerings. Read More
Hubbard’s Cave Brewery
Ever felt boxed in? Afraid to try something different or off-brand? Une Année has! Illinois craft brewery Une Année decided they wanted to branch out from their Belgian Style Ales and brew some American Style Ales. Instead of adding to their current offerings, they decided to make another name for themselves. This time they chose the name Hubbard’s Cave, after the infamous Hubbard Street traffic tunnel in Chicago. Just like the tunnel, Hubbard’s Cave often has traffic jams caused by craft beer fans. Read More
Metazoa Brewing Company
Metazoa Brewing Company is great for people who like two things: delicious beer and/or adorable dogs. Founded in 2016, Metazoa Brewing Co. quickly became a favorite of Hoosiers. With its skyline views, delicious craft beers, regularly visiting food trucks, and fenced-in dog park, Metazoa offers something for everyone. Best of all? They love animals! In fact, 5% of all Metazoa Brewing Company profits are donated to animal charities. Read More
New Holland Brewing Company
Since its founding in 1997, New Holland Brewing Company has become a powerhouse in the craft brewing industry. What started as a “shakeup” of Holland, Michigan has grown to include around 500 team members, two restaurants, two stores, and a spirits tasting room. Read More
Quaff On! Brewing Company
If there’s one thing Quaff On! Brewing Company wants you to do it’s, well, to quaff on! But what does that mean, exactly? According to Dictionary.com, the definition of quaff (pronounced kwof, kwaf, or kwawf) is “to drink a beverage, especially an intoxicating one, copiously and with hearty enjoyment”. Given that information, it’s no wonder that the cry of “quaff on!” can often be heard in the Big Woods brew pub. Read More
Terre Haute Brewing Company
Terre Haute, Indiana
When you think about historical breweries in the United States, Terre Haute Indiana may not be the first place that springs to mind. However, less than fifteen minutes from the (Illinois/Indiana) state line, Terre Haute Brewing Company has been brewing for more than a century. Not only are they the oldest brewery in Indiana, THBC is also second-oldest operational brewery and seventh largest brewery in the country. Read More
Trap Door Brewing
You could say that the owners of Trap Door Brewing have brewing in their genes. After all, they have been in the beer industry for four generations! This Vancouver craft brewery is so dedicated to brewing quality beer that they purify their water through reverse osmosis on-site! Read More
Triton Brewing Company
We love a good location, and Triton Brewing Company has a two-fer! Not only do they brew their Indiana craft beer on-base at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Triton Brewing Company is located in the old mule stables. They haven’t forgotten their roots; their beers feature Indiana-centric names such as Deadeye Stout (named for the Kurt Vonnegut short story “Deadeye Dick) and Star 19 IPA (Indiana was the 19th state to join the union), and all of their spent grains go to local farms to be used as feed. Read More
Voodoo Brewing Co.
Even when you have voodoo, magic takes time! Founded in 2005, Voodoo Brewing Co. opened their first taproom in 2012. Since then this employee-owned Pennsylvania craft brewery has been casting a spell on beer-lovers everywhere, earning armfuls of accolades and awards. Read More
Wyldewood Cellars Illinois
Saint Joseph, Illinois
Yes, the same Wyldewood Cellars as the one in Kansas. Family-owned, Wyldewood Cellars is a vineyard and winery producing award winning wines and meads from their carefully cultivated berries. Read More
*We are not affiliated, associated, authorized, endorsed by, or in any way officially connected with Adroit Theory Brewing Company, Bearded Iris Brewing, Bier Brewery, Hubbard’s Cave Brewery, Metazoa Brewing Company, New Holland Brewing Company, Metazoa Brewing Company, Quaff On! Brewing Company, Terre Haute Brewing Company, Trap Door Brewing, Triton Brewing Co., Voodoo Brewing Co., and/or Wyldewood Cellars.