Beer Fragrance Oil

Beer Fragrance Oil

Beer Fragrance Oil- Malt liquor straight from the tap combined with some hops, strawberry, pineapple, raspberry and apple. It smells like...well...ummm....BEER !

Flashpoint: 205      Phthalate Free: Yes      Vanillin Content: .083%

This super concentrated manufacturers grade fragrance oil can be used in candles, soaps, lotions, reed diffuser oils, bath salts, bath bombs, lamp rings, incense, sachets, oil warmers, potpourri, to scent dryer ball, to scent clay jewelry, to freshen up candles and more!

Our uncut fragrance oils are measured by weight not volume so fill levels will vary.

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Smells just like beer
By Shannon Thursday, October 4, 2018
I made a beer soap cp with this and reduced beer. It smells just like beer. Experienced a slight acceleration.
No denying it !
By Linda Sunday, June 10, 2018
One whiff straight OOB and there is no denying that this is beer. It smells even better in product. (I do CP soap, wax melts and hand soaps). Keep up the great work Indigo !
Love this Scent
By Cecelia Friday, April 21, 2017
We love using this scent in our beer soap and the scent holds well. It only discolors to a light tan. Our last batch we added a mica colorant and it is a beautiful bar.
Wallinger
By Julieanna Wallinger Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Torn between a 3 and a 4 on this one. The scent has a great, sharp hop note to it, but there is also a confusing fruity undernote. Smells like the foam of a light beer if you're wearing fruity perfume. But I still like it! Didn't rice, accelerate, or morph in CP. Discolors slightly but nothing making the colors a little lighter than normal couldn't fix. Sticks great and lasts a super long time!
Amazing fragrance!
By Amy Tuesday, April 18, 2017
I love beer, and I love this fragrance in CP soap! It's quite floral really, so it does accelerate a bit in CP soap and it discolors to a light beige. Some people interpret this fragrance as a floral rather than beer, but to me it smells like a cold Keystone Light. :)
True to scent
By Amanda Tuesday, April 18, 2017
There is no denying it, this smells just like beer! I use it in soy candles as a novelty men's fragrance. The only drawback is it turns my tins rusty.