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Honey Ale Fragrance Oil: This sweet beer type fragrance is a fruity and sweet mixture of Ripe Strawberries, Sweet Apples, Grape Concord, Sparkling Citrus, Honey and Spiced Vanilla. You're going to LOVE this unique blend. In cold process soap it loses some of the sweet honey notes leaving you with a fresh, fruity and crisp scent. Soaps beautifully in cold process soap and discolors to a light tan color. Our beer fragrances are not meant to smell like beer own their own, but do compliment beer-type cold process recipes like Luck of the Green BeerBlack and Tan Beer Soap and Oatmeal Stout Cold Process

Looking for more beer type fragrances? Check out Raspberry Porter, Oatmeal StoutPumpkin Lager or our new Spiced Amber Ale Fragrance Oils.

Vanilla Content: .6%

NOTE: This medium-flashpoint oil (192ºF) cannot ship via USPS regardless of the shipping method you choose at checkout.

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Average Rating:
(based on 10 reviews)

Showing 1 - 5 of 10 Reviews:

by Michelle
on 6/29/2014
I used the same formula I always do for beer soap but with this fragrance it turned to soap in my bowl in seconds! I wasn't trying to do anything fancy, planned to just mix and pour but WOW it moved faster than anything I've ever used, including florals! I couldn't even get it in my molds. It is a nice fragrance but I won't buy it again as I found it impossible to work with.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Michelle! I'm sorry to hear that this fragrance oil did not behave well for you. In our tests, we found this fragrance to behave well in cold process soap. I will be emailing you personally to help troubleshoot why this may have happened!

by Teresa A
on 3/2/2014
If you ever drank Honey Mead Beer then this scent smells like it to me. Now I have customers that are beer drinkers and they say it smells like the Hippie soap you used to buy in the 1960's. I'm getting positive reviews from my customers mostly men who are buying it. I added honey scent to it with a bit of clove and I can't keep a bar in any of my consignment baskets at all.
by Rhea
on 12/30/2013
As several other reviews have noted, this smells nothing like beer or ale. And that's a good thing, since beer is kind of gross smelling when you get down to it. This is a perfect scent to transform beer stink into a complex bottom note. I use this in hot and cold process beer soaps, and it's especially good with ale and dark beer. This scent is also very economical, as 1/4 ounce per pound in a beer soap is plenty.
by Bethany
on 11/2/2013
Loved It!!
I used this in my first beer cp soap and I love it!! My customers love it too! Some say it reminds them more of a cream ale and my daughter says it smells almost like root beer. I will be ordering more!
by Doreen
on 10/30/2013
Too Sweet and perfumed - No beer I know of
This was used in a honey beer soap. I usually use a light mixture of citrus and possible some clove, but this looked too good not to try. It was overpowering in its sweetness and perfume scents and nothing like any beer, or any other beverage I have come across. In fact I would not even buy a drink that smelled like this. I've spent the whole day avoiding my soap so I don't have to smell it f you like perfume you may like this. In response to note below, none of the beer fo's are in the calculator. I only used 1/2 OZ for 80 oz soap. My market customers identified the scent as fruity bubble gum! Maybe I was sent the wrong scent

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Doreen! Some fragrance oils can be a bit strong, and if you are finding that it is too much for you, we suggest using a lighter usage rate. You can use the Bramble Berry Fragrance Calculator and use the light scent recommendation. If you want to try other beer-type fragrances our Oatmeal Stout and Pumpkin Lager are two fragrance oils that aren't too sweet that could work for you! If your fragrance isn't found on the Fragrance Calculator, you can always go by the general usage rate of .7 ounces per pound of soap (lye + water + oils/butters) for cold process soap. To learn more about different usage rates, you can check out this blog post.

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