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Top-Shelf Treatments

Local spas are crafting some truly inebriating experiences with wine, beer and liquor

Who said that Apres ski was confined to the bar? Local spas are finding that the perfect pairing for some truly inebriating treatments infuse wine, beer and spirits with some rest and relaxation away from the mountain. Using local brewers and distillers whenever possible, these treatments are sure to be as rejuvenating to the soul as they are intoxicatingly refreshing to the body — cheers to that.  

 

Wine and Unwind

Wine Down Pedicure

Bloom Spa at The Sebastian, Vail Village

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50 Minutes, $85

The post-pedicure glass of Champagne takes on new meaning with Bloom's Wine Down Pedicure, as guests are encouraged to sip and soak in the benefits of grapes in the glass and the tub during this spa menu favorite. Enjoy a glass of wine while being treated to an exfoliating scrub using a resveratrol-rich serum derived from winery grapes, which has been shown to reduce inflammation and boost circulation.

 

Beer and Bliss

Men's Cut and A Cold One

The Four Seasons, Vail Village

$37 per person.

The Four Seasons' in-house barber shop makes for the perfect spot to keep things looking fresh when out of town, and indulge in a Moroccan oil scalp massage — and a cold pint — to top off the experience.

Crazy Ale Pedicure

Bloom Spa at The Sebastian, Vail Village

50 Minutes, $85

A soothing reprieve for feet that have spent the day in ski boots, the Crazy Ale Pedicure features a warm foot bath of Crazy Mountain Brewery's pale ale and an exfoliating treatment for a circulation boost and softer skin, along with a pint from the local brewery.

Amber Ale Foot Soak

The Four Seasons, Vail Village

25 Minutes, $95

The Amber Ale Foot Soak features a crushed barley and malt foot scrub benefitting circulation and mild fungal issues. The accompanying Amber Ale, from Crazy Mountain Brewery in Edwards, is the perfect way to soak in the après-ski treatment, as is the hop oil foot massage to finish off the experience.

Brew and Renew Massage

The Four Seasons, Vail Village

50 Minutes for $170, or 85 minutes for $250.

Beer connoisseurs can opt for an intoxicating head-to-toe treatment featuring local favorite Crazy Mountain Brewery that includes hot river stones and a rub down with warm beer cans that are rolled over areas of tension and tightness. Cap off the experience with a local brew to sip on.

 

Spirited Tranquility

From Boots to Booze Men's Pedicure

The Four Seasons, Vail Village

50 minutes, $95, $110 with guacamole and chips.

Bourbon and bliss pair perfectly in this popular foot treatment, which features a brown sugar and Kentucky whiskey scrub and a hydrating avocado foot mask. A pour of 10th Mountain Whiskey, a local favorite distilled in Gypsum, and side of guacamole and chips make for the perfect ride-alongs.

The Bourbon Cowboy

The Four Seasons, Vail Village

80 minutes, $250

Reach for the top-shelf, and treat yourself to the Bourbon Cowboy, which offers a full body scrub and massage using Bourbon Bubble exfoliating scrub. The experience concludes with an Agave Nectar massage and a glass of 10th Mountain Whiskeythe perfect reprieve after a long day on the mountain.