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Our Dreams Have Come True: There's A Beer Spa In Denver

Our Dreams Have Come True: There's A Beer Spa In Denver

If you love beer and you love relaxing at a spa, then you’re going to want to ask for a few extra days off in March and plan a three-day visit to Denver’s Beer Spa. Yes, you read that right. Denver’s on a roll when it comes to recreational activities, and it’s Beer Spa, is just another reason to visit the beautiful city.

The Beer Spa, located in Denver, Colorado, opens in March and will allow visitors to literally soak in a tub of their favorite booze. Believe it or not, beer is packed with vitamins that can be extremely therapeutic (is that why we feel so good when we drink it?)

The Beer Spa aims to end the stigma that a spa day is just for the girls and encourage guys to come in, soak in the beer tubs or spend a few hours in the hops and barley inspired sauna. The goal is to invite guys in for some relaxation and pampering that allows them to keep their man cards. The treatment spaces can be sectioned off for individual use, or the garage-door style separator can be rolled up to accommodate groups. There is a zero-gravity massage chair, a warm sauna, and refreshing shower space. You can even get facials with beer-infused creams that help reduce acne and exfoliates the skin and then head to the taproom to enjoy your favorite brew. 

And because we know you’re wondering, you don’t leave The Beer Spa smelling like you just bathed in beer. Even though you did. We’re not sure how they do it, but they do it. 

Combining beer with a spa experience is a brilliant idea, and we’re kinda mad we didn’t think of it. It’s a pairing that ranks right up there with peanut butter and jelly and Netflix and Chill.

Would you go to Denver and check out the Beer Spa?

A Few Adult Beverages You Must Try This Holiday Season

A Few Adult Beverages You Must Try This Holiday Season

Let's be honest. For most of us, we're going to need a little alcohol to get through this holiday season. Whether it's dealing with the in-laws or going to that snoozefest of a company Christmas party, a little booze can go a long way. Check out these ingenious ways to incorporate your favorite adult beverage into the holiday season:


Budweiser's Limited-Time Holiday Beer Cans

First of all, have you seen the new Budweiser holiday cans? The holiday-inspired cans are out for a limited time but can make you feel extra fancy when you are chugging your favorite Budweiser. The cans feature gorgeous snow-covered landscapes and the signature Budweiser Clydesdale horses, and are the perfect addition to your next holiday party. According to the website, these holiday beer cans will be available in 24 and 30 packs until the end of the year. 

Adult's Only Hot Chocolate

There's only one thing better than sipping hot chocolate around a bonfire to help get you in the mood for Christmas. And that's spiked hot chocolate. Pull out your favorite tin cups, a couple of fluffy marshmallows, and a few simple ingredients, and you've got a classic hot chocolate with a twist. Here's the recipe: 

  • Whisk together milk, half-and-half, dulce de leche, and cinnamon sticks.
  • Bring to a simmer, stirring occasionally. Remove from heat; cover and let stand 10 minutes.
  • Return mixture to a simmer. Gradually whisk in finely chopped dark chocolate, whisking until melted and smooth.
  • Remove from heat and stir in pure vanilla extract, kosher salt, and bourbon, Discard cinnamon sticks. Serve warm.

Christmas Shots

While you can't go wrong with tequila shots around the Christmas Tree, we found a few festive shot recipes that will warm everybody else on a cold winter evening. The Snowshoe is a classic whiskey shot (typically made with Wild Turkey Bourbon) and offset by the refreshing flavor of peppermint schnapps. The Polar Bear is the perfect mix of white crème de cacao liqueur and peppermint schnapps, and The Oatmeal Cookie is a delicate balance of butterscotch schnapps, Irish cream, Jägermeister and cinnamon schnapps. If you've got an experienced bartender in your group of friends, challenge them to a Santa Shot: A carefully layered drink of grenadine, green crème de menthe, and peppermint schnapps.

Seasonal And Festive Holiday Beers

If you don't have time to make a creative holiday cocktail, swing by the local grocery store and pick up some festive holiday beers. Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale, Highland Cold Mountain Winter Ale, and Samuel Adams Winter Lager All have bold flavors that pair well with all of the rich foods on your holiday menu. 

Whether you're hosting a holiday bonfire with friends, or just trying to make it through another dinner with your nagging Aunt Lou, these holiday-inspired alcoholic drinks are the perfect addition to your holiday wish list. 

Natural Light Needs You: Create the Next Natty Flavor Innovation

Natural Light Needs You: Create the Next Natty Flavor Innovation

Natural Light is hiring. The requirements: beer drinking experience and creativity. Qualified applicants should have “a good wifi connection, strong supply of Zoom background, big creative energy, and just be cool,” according to the job posting. Meme making skills a plus, and be outgoing, but not annoying. What is even better, the gig pays $40 bucks an hour. 

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Beer Shortage on the Horizon? Experts Seem To Think So.

Beer Shortage on the Horizon? Experts Seem To Think So.

Sharp declines in Ethanol, used to make CO2, may lead to a shortage in carbonated drinks. 

Just when you think things couldn’t get any worse. We have finally started to see toilet paper reappear on shelves. Now, a beer shortage could be possible in the near future as the supplies of carbon dioxide from ethanol plants are decreasing.

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"I Need More Beer"

"I Need More Beer"
Local Pittburgh resident is fully stocked with 10 cases of beer as her note to the world went viral this past week. 93-year-old Veronesi claims that beer has vitamins in it and it's good for you, as long as you don't overdo it. When you are 93 years old, give a girl what she wants.

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