Danville Teen Making And Selling Goat Milk Soap

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 9/30/2012 11:51 pm
       Joe Bremer has turned his mom's kitchen into one of Danville's fastest growing small businesses.

       For the last couple of years the 14-year-old has been making and selling homemade soap with only his mom to help.    

       Bremer uses one of the oldest methods of making soap, with main ingredients of just goat milk and olive oil.

       He says there are lots of vitamins in the soap that are good for the skin and that those who use his soap often give rave reviews.

     Goat milk in bulk can be hard to come by, that's why Bremer now has goats of his own which he also takes care of and milks.

     'Joe's Bars and Suds Soap' is currently being sold in seven different locations around Boyle County, with plans to expand out further.

     If you would like to purchase some of Bremer's soap you can call 859-583-7536, or email to: jbremer12@yahoo.com.

     You can also visit 'Joe's Bar and Suds' Facebook page by clicking on the link below:

     Joe's Bars and Suds
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