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Great Lakes Oatmeal Stout Cold Process Soap

Yield: 15 Bars  |  Est. Time: 1 Hour  |  Level: Advanced – Danger Chemicals

About This Recipe:

This soap was made with a local beer, Great Lakes Brewing Company, Ohio City Oatmeal Stout. The beer soap mold has a hop flower in the center and barley in the design, perfect for any beer lover. Try making the recipe as is or substitute for a local brew to support your community!

Shopping List:
Recipe Ingredients:

Measure ingredients with a scale or precise measuring tool.

• 12.95 oz. Oatmeal Stout (boiled)
• 5.15 oz. Sodium Hydroxide Flakes
• 17.40 oz. Olive Oil - Pomace
• 9.25 oz. Coconut Oil - 76º Melt
• 5.55 oz. Palm Oil
• 2.95 oz. Cocoa Butter - Chocolate Odor & Natural Color
• 2 oz. Oats
• 1.85 oz. Castor Oil
• 0.80 oz. Orange (Sweet) EO - Certified 100% Pure 134
• 0.75 oz. Sodium Lactate 60%
• 0.30 oz. Cedarwood EO - Certified 100% Pure 135
Equipment From Home:
• (1) Metal Pan - 32 oz.
• (1) Stove Top
• (1) Scale - Digital Display
• (1) Polypropylene Pitcher
• (1) Refrigerator
• (1) Food Processor
• (1) Polypropylene Container for lye
• (1) Microwave-Safe Measuring Cup (64 oz.)
• (1) Microwave
• (1) Thermometer - Digital
• (1) Stick Blender
• (1) Safety Equipment (goggles,mask,gloves)
• (1) Spatulas
Recipe Disclaimer:

We are not responsible for the products you create from our supplies.

You alone are responsible for product and recipe testing to ensure compatibility and safety.

WARNING: This project and these instructions have been written for someone who has experience making soap and knows the potential dangers due to working with sodium hydroxide. It will not outline all safety methods of working with dangerous chemicals, it is simply a soap recipe for advanced soap makers.
  1. Pour 24 oz. (2 bottles) of beer into a metal pan. Bring to a boil and then lower to a simmer. Continue to simmer for 20 minutes to remove the alcohol. After 20 minutes, remove from heat source and weigh 12.95 oz. into the polypropylene pitcher. Place pitcher in the refrigerator or freezer to cool completely or bring to a slushy consistency.
  2. Using a food processor, grind oats to the desired consistency and set aside for later.
  3. When the beer is completely cool, slowly pour the lye into the beer. Carefully mix in a well-ventilated area and set aside to cool while you prepare your oils.
  4. Add all the oils and butters to measuring cup and melt in the microwave. Set aside.
  5. When both the lye mixture and the oils are 90ºF or below, add sodium lactate to the lye mixture.
  6. Pour the lye mixture into the oils and stick blend until you reach a thin trace. Add the essential oils and ground oats and stir by hand. If needed, mix with stick blender until you reach a thin-medium trace.
  7. Pour batter into the soap molds. As you fill the molds, tap them on the counter to release any air bubbles and make sure the details on the molds are filled with soap.
  8. Allow the soap to set until it is firm enough to unmold (24 hours or longer). If you have trouble unmolding, place the molds in the freezer for 20 minutes and then try again. Let soap cure 4-6 weeks.
  9. Package and label accordingly. 
To Use: Lather with water onto skin. Rinse off. Avoid contact with eyes.

Ingredient Label: Olive Oil, Beer, Coconut Oil, Palm Oil, Sodium Hydroxide, Cocoa Butter, Oats, Castor Oil, Sweet Orange Essential Oil, Sodium Lactate, Cedarwood Essential Oil.

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