Beer Me a Bath!

Image from http://www.chodovar.cz/
Image from http://www.chodovar.cz/

Have you heard the expression Beer me? How about Beer me a beer?

Beer me has become the cultured way of saying Give me insert item here.

Now that the weekend is here and I could use some time to relax, I feel like shouting, “Beer me a bath!”

Sound strange?

It’s not when you consider that there is a place where you can take a real beer bath.

If you’re willing to make the trek to the Czech Republic, you can stay at a beer wellness hotel and relax in a beer spa right smack in the middle of beer wellness land.

Yes, it’s for real.

So how does this beer bath thing work?

This is an excerpt from the Chordova website:

Real Bear Baths

The real beer baths are prepared in a tub from beer and mineral water and have a temperature of 34 °C. The special ingredients consist of dark Bathing Beer (WHERE CAN I GET SOME OF THAT?), which is produced in a traditional way by the main brewer (MAIN BREWER, YOU ROCK!) of the family brewery Chodovar. The bath level is covered by the distinct beer foam (LOVE IT!) of a caramel colour and the area is scented by the fragrance of freshly brewed dark beer.

Treatment process

The client is immersed into the bath whose agreeable temperature causes mild and gradual rise of the heart activity (I BET!!) and activation of blood circulation in all the vascular system. To harmonize the blood pressure, increase the outcome of the bath and enhance the relaxation experience, the guests are recommended a glass of natural non-pasteurised Chodovar (YES!!!!!), which positively works on all the digestive system as well.

The length of the stay in the bath is 20 minutes. 

What?????? Only 20 minutes? What’s up with that?

Oh, and yes, you read that right. The secret ingredient to this spa treatment is Bathing Beer. It comes in one-liter bottles. The recommended amount per bath is 4 liters.

So…at the risk of stating the obvious:

No! You can’t drink your bath water!!!

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