Four Seasons Vail's Beer Spa Treatments Are Calling You, Bro
It's a beer bath, bro
Gentlemen, are you quick to conform to stereotype? Do you think spa treatments are unmanly? Have you ever said, “Dude, the only way I’m ever getting a massage is if it’s a massage with beer, done by a hawt chick, lol”?
Consider your bluff called by Four Seasons Vail. The hotel famous for its “Haut Chocolate” has a Brew and Renew spa menu designed “especially for men” (although it generously adds in parentheses that “women can enjoy them too”). And it involves beer.
Designed in conjunction with Vail’s Crazy Mountain Brewing Company, the menu offers a “Brewsage” – that’s a massage with hop oil, bro, for $150 – a “Beer Brew Bath” (presumably what it sounds like, $55), an “Amber Ale Foot Soak” filled with fresh beer, as you drink a brewski ($75), and a “Stout Scalp Treatment” using beer froth and honey to primp one’s barnet ($45).
They also offer an ale wrap and a “Pub Scrub”, which involves being showered with beer and rubbed off with hot towels, but that’s probably one step too far down the slippery spa slope for unreconstructed males.
And if gimmicks aren’t your thing, they have a normal spa menu too. Presumably that’s not just for the ladies.
[Photo: Four Seasons/Denver Post]