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From The Kitchen To The Soap Studio- How I Scaled Up My Soap Business

Behind the Brew Brewing Soap Brewing Up a Business

From The Kitchen To The Soap Studio- How I Scaled Up My Soap Business

Eventually, my supplies outgrew my kitchen. I lacked storage space. There was very little space for my raw materials and no place to cure soap. The next logical place was our basement. There was a utility sink down there and better storage options. So I purchased a few burners, and we were good to go.

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Introducing: Sober Soaps - Clean Sober Fun in the Bathtub!

Behind the Brew Brewing Soap Brewing Sobriety

Introducing: Sober Soaps - Clean Sober Fun in the Bathtub!

I'd like to officially introduce you to our new line: Sober Soaps. Sober Soaps is very personal to us because it is the product of many sleepiness nights of contemplating the crossroads within my business...

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Our First Bulk Order - What That Means For You

Behind the Brew Brewing Soap Brewing Up a Business

Our First Bulk Order - What That Means For You

It’s a big day for our little soap company! Yep… we bought in bulk.  You may be asking yourself, “why is that important?”  Well,  It translate into lower pricing for you, our customers!

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How to Trellis Your Hop Plants

Behind the Brew Brewing Beer

How to Trellis Your Hop Plants

Here is how we trellis our hops!  Let us know if you have any questions!   What you need: Wire Coconut Rope Stakes Want to learn more about the wonderful world of hops?  Check out: Hops 101:  Learn about the plant and what hops are used for When To Harvest Your Hops:  Signs to look for when your hops are ready Hops and Dogs:  Things to be aware of on brew day if you have a brew dog Cheers!   ENJOY THIS POST? SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER!

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4 Uses For Spent Grain

Behind the Brew Brewing Beer Brewing Provisions

4 Uses For Spent Grain

Brewers are always faced with the question, “What do I do with my spent grain?” If you are anything like us, we hate to throw it away. So, we’ve provided you with some alternatives to keeping that spent grain out of the landfill. Compost: Most cities have a compost program where a company will pick up compost for you. If not, start a compost yourself if you have the space in your backyard. Your garden will thank you. Dog Treats: As long as these grains haven’t come into contact with hops, you’re good to go. (Hops are toxic to dogs.)...

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