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No. 15: Supernaculum™ [Orange, Cinnamon & Clove Soap with Dogfish Head Punkin' Ale, 5.5 oz]

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Quick Overview

  • Made with a seasonal Dogfish Head ale that is only released in September of each year.
  • A favorite Natural Bar Soap Company soap, especially among our craft-brew beer lovers!
  • Contains wheat germ for light exfoliation.
  • Gentle, clean rinsing olive oil formula.
  • Scented with pure, aromatherapeutic-grade essential oils of clove, orange and cinnamon.
  • Creamy lather with loads of bubbles.
  • CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK HERE, But please check with Adventures in Homebrewing,, Tel: (313)-277-2739 to order from them! We supply their beer soaps annually at Christmas. This year they have: Cherry Sandalwood Vanilla in Dogfish Head's "Namaste" white beeer, and Spiced Orange Cinnamon Clove in Dogfish Head's Punk! Ale.
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Historical Significance

Long considered a word maven, the Captain is quite fond of using artfully contrived vocabulary. Take, for example, "Supernaculum." Just what does it mean? The Latin, "upon the nail" has come to mean "to the very last drop," or literally to consume so much of something that barely enough remains to coat your pinky's fingernail.

The Soap Alchemist's all natural beer soap has defnitely developed a reputation for being used Supernaculum!

And while he knows it only cures dirt and grime, the Captain likes to say that this "spirited" handmade soap concoction is "a soap for what ale's ya!" He simply can't resist a good pun.

Made with a blend of Dogfish Head Brewery's beer, skin friendly olive oil, and a warm, spicy blend of essential oils, the Alchemist's Supernaculum Ale Soap is a perfectly scented soap for all seasons.

Formula No. 015
Scent Orange Cinnamon & Clove Beer Soap
Ingredients Olive Oil, beer, coconut oil, palm oil, sodium hydroxide, castor oil, wheat germ, essential oil.

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