Chicago's First Ever Beer Spa Gives Boozy Beverage a Fresh Perspective
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Chicago’s First Ever Beer Spa Gives Boozy Beverage a Fresh Perspective

Chicago’s First Ever Beer Spa Gives Boozy Beverage a Fresh Perspective

Piva Beer Spa

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Beer isn’t just your common bar beverage or game day consumption, but apparently, a new means to relax as well. Returning back to its European origin, Piva Beer Spa is Chicago’s first-ever spa to incorporate the boozy beverage into essential soak treatments. That’s right, you now get to soak in a barrel of beer.

For 30 – 45 minutes, depending on your package choice, submerge yourself in a tub of beer, concocted of water, yeasts, barley, hops, and other various beer-making elements. Surprisingly, beer baths are proven beneficial for both skin and reducing tension.

Piva Beer Spa

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According to Piva Beer Spa, beer soaks exfoliate, soften, hydrate, and improve the elasticity of skin, while helping rid it of acne and blemishes. Beer baths also assist as a natural sleep aid and conditions hair, by adding shine and stimulating hair growth.

Featuring alongside this premiere beer spa is Halotherapy, which is the act of breathing salted air, and is also proven to benefit your respiratory function and immune system. Other spa treatments Piva offers include Swedish massages, deep tissue and sports massages, hot stone massages, aromatherapy, and even an intricate relaxation room, salt room, and sauna, to help unwind and reboot.

As of November 2018, Piva Beer Spa has nestled in Wicker Park (1052 North Milwaukee), providing a rich variety of packages to choose from, ranging anywhere from $35 – $550. So, try out a beer bath session yourself!

Can you drink beer while bathing in beer? Not certain. Either way, this beer Spa is a fascinating new approach to treating yourself.

 

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Fascinated with literature of any kind, Arniecea finds herself in writing and reading environments, such as writer workshops and libraries. She believes in versatility, and is always eager to explore different fields of writing, with the intent to further expand her writing capabilities. Arniecea graduated from Missouri Western State University in Saint Joseph, MO with a B.A. in English Literature and Creative Writing & Publishing. There, she gained editorial and editing internships, overseeing two literary magazines until the end of her college career. She is obsessed with upward mobility and strives to take on new challenges at Youtech. In her spare time, Arniecea reads, blogs, watches scary movies that typically involve zombies, and works on a novel she’ll never finish.

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