Bring on the suds: Metchosin company selling Lucky Lager beer soap

Bring on the suds: Metchosin company selling Lucky Lager beer soap
Vancouver Island Soap Works
Vancouver Island Soap Works has launched a Lucky Lager soap.

Beer enthusiasts rejoice!

A Metchosin soap company is selling a Lucky Lager scented soap ahead of Christmas. It was on the shelves earlier this year but the company is promoting the soap as a good gift for a Christmas stocking.

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Posted by Metchosin Soap Works on Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Vancouver Island Soap Works founder Debbie Cooper said the olive oil-based soap, which is available now,  represents the “working man.”

Cooper said after selling their Guinness soap, they wanted to create something with a popular beer on Vancouver Island. While the soap is created, water is replaced with Lucky Lager.

Cooper says the soap smells like vanilla and spearmint oil, but also has a hoppy scent like beer does.

The design of the soap resembles a brick. The price is $6.99 a bar.

Vancouver Island Soap Works is located in Metchosin, where the company has been organic farming for over 17 years. The soap, which is sold around Vancouver Island, is vegetable-based.

To see all the retail locations and for more information, visit the company’s website. 


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