Bröö has three ranges — Porter (for hydration), Pale Ale (for volume), and I.P.A. (for smoothness). And, the biggest benefit the company boasts is that its products leave behind zero scent of beer — unlike the lukewarm can you crack open from your leftover case post-party. But, aside from the scent factor, we don't really see a difference between the suds in Bröö and the suds in our Coors Light. The latter is arguably a lot cheaper — a bottle of Bröö costs $10 a pop — while a can of brew costs about 75 cents, if you figure a typical 30 pack will set you back about $22.
The shampoos are also free of sulfates and synthetic dyes, which most beers are anyway. But, if you're fully adverse to smelling like a frat house after rush week (which we totally understand), the shampoos may be a good idea. Bröö is available at Whole Foods — which, coincidentally, is also where you can pick up a cold one. Talk about convenience. (Beauty Snob)
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