Four Seasons Vail Brew & Renew Spa Package for Men

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The Four Seasons Resort Spa in Vail has some special packages that cater to their more masculine clients. Teaming up with a local brewery called Crazy Mountain Brewing, they offer a whole menu of spa treatments. Here are a few of their fun treatments.

If you like massage (but don’t really want to admit it), try the Brewsage, a massage using hop oil – $150

After a long day you can relax in the Beer Brew Bath, which is exactly as it sounds. It’s a leisurely soak in warm beer, for $55. You’d better leave your rubber ducky at home.

If you want to actually drink the beer, that’s allowed too! With the Amber Ale Foot Soak, you can enjoy an Amber Ale while soaking your weary feet in fresh beer, followed by a crushed barley and malt foot scrub, then a foot rub with hop oil. $75

Not to neglect the head, they also offer a Stout Scalp Treatment. It uses froth from a dark beer, and moisturizing honey. $45

Crazy Mountain’s website says that their Lava Lake Wit beer can be enjoyed year round, so this fits the any time Lake Pub Scrub. A can of Lava Lake Wit is mixed with sea salt to exfoliate the skin. Then a warm beer is spilled over the body, and is wiped away with warm hot towels. After a shower rinse, hop infused massage oil is smoothed on. $145

For the complete all-over beer treatment, there’s the Cara de Luna Black Ale Wrap. A body wrap is applied, made from the darkest of the brewery’s beer. The froth of the ale is added to a honey base and massaged into the hair. Then, you get to soak in a warm pale ale bath (no drinking from the tub!), which melts away the wrap. $225

You can book your own Brew package on Four Seasons’ spa page here. Bottoms up!

HT: HotelChatter

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