NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- In the Lake Region of Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains, a destination spa is luring craft beer lovers away from weekend getaways of beer samplings and brewery tours. The resort is offering the ultimate beer experience -- the chance to bathe in beer or soak one's feet in sudsy beer, while drinking a cold glass of beer.The Lodge at Woodloch, a two-and-a-half-hour drive from New York City and about three hours from Philadelphia, just "hopped" aboard the rising craft beer movement. It offers spa treatments with a little help from Delaware's famed craft brewery, Dogfish Head. Spa treatments are infused with Dogfish Head's Midas Touch, a sweet yet dry beer. The body exfoliation using hops, barley and honey, followed by a beer bath and massage, starts at $250; a 50-minute pedicure foot bath is priced at $95. Occasionally, the spa offers a 25-minute hair beer rinse at $40. "Unknown to many, beer has some curative effects," says Nancy Deaton, spa director at The Lodge at Woodloch. "It hydrates the skin and acts as an exfoliant. It also adds volume and shine to one's hair."