I know I know: we missed our August craft beer soap releases. Kind of (mostly). We had some restocks, but sadly no new breweries or soaps. We may be the Queen of Craft Beer Soap and the Soap Goddess, but we are still humans. We apologize if anyone was disappointed!
However, just because we didn’t have a beer soap release doesn’t mean that we weren’t still brewing up some new stuff for y’all!
This month we will have two craft beer soap releases: Friday, September 17th and Thursday, September 30th. Our September 17th craft beer soap release will have 5 new featured craft breweries, and we are adding Louisiana and Minnesota to our map!
September 17th Craft Beer Soap Release
This month’s new featured craft breweries are 903 Brewers, BlackStack Brewing, Great Heights Brewing Company, Oliphant Brewing, and Parish Brewing Co.*
Keep reading to find out more information about these craft breweries and for a link to purchase them when they are available.
(Total transparency: we have been drinking 903 Brewers for a bit, but never made any soap because we “accidentally” drank it all!) 903 Brewers started brewing in 2013, but have managed to accomplish quite a bit already! Their shelves boast several awards, and their beer is beloved throughout Texas as well as the rest of the country for their fun and bold brews. Read More
St. Paul, Minnesota
We made it to Minnesota! Although BlackStack Brewing officially started brewing in 2017, it opened with decades of experience in the beer industry (thanks to a lifelong love for delicious beer). BlackStack Brewing believes in using quality ingredients to brew their ever-expanding collection of beer, and they are always open to suggestions to help take their beers up a notch (but let’s be honest, there isn’t much room to improve!) Read More
Great Heights Brewing Company
If we were making a list of craft breweries with rough starts, Great Heights Brewing Company just might be on it; they opened during the 2017 hurricane season, just in time for Hurricane Harvey. Their “Handcrafted in the ‘Hood” brews are a Garden Oaks and Oak Forest favorite, but even animals are fans! The spent grains from the brewing process are sent to local farmers to use for livestock feed. Read More
With a self-described aesthetic of “garbage high art” how could we not be curious about Oliphant Brewing? Their quirky, colorful cans and offbeat sense of humor showcase how the brewery embodies their motto “let unreason reign”. Despite all the unreason (or maybe because of it), they manage to concoct some craft beers that are unreasonably delicious! Read More
Parish Brewing Co.
Here we Geaux! We finally have a Louisiana craft brewery! If you’ve ever been to (or near) Broussard, you’ve probably seen the sprawling fields of sugarcane. With that inspiration surrounding them, is it any surprised that Parish Brewing Co. decided to name their first beer for them? While Canebrake is still a beloved brew, Parish Brewing Co. is also known for their fantastically flavorful juicebombs, and somehow manages to squeeze some seasonal and experimental beers into their brewing schedule. Read More
*We are not affiliated, associated, authorized, endorsed by, or in any way officially connected with 903 Brewers, BlackStack Brewing, Great Heights Brewing Company, Oliphant Brewing, or Parish Brewing Co.*