Three reasons to brew your own Kombucha.
- Cost. The average bottle of kombucha is $3 plus at the store for a 16 oz bottle which is roughly $24 or more per gallon. So after the initial investment in jars, scoby, sugar and tea the continued cost for a gallon of homemade kombucha is roughly $2.
- Control. By brewing your own you control the source of water, sugar and tea. You control the intensity of the final drink by the length of time it ferments. You also control which fruits and juices are used in the second fermenting process thus ensuring its quality meets your personal standards and the amount of sugar content.
- Community. As time goes on new scobies will grow and you can share them with friends and teach them how to brew their own.
Brewing Kombucha Class
with Deana Marcum and Courtney Windham
Sunday, October 9th, 2 – 4 pm
Cost $45, which includes instruction, gallon brewing jar, scoby, organic black tea, organic cane sugar
Deana and Courtney will involve the class in the following activities:
1. Demonstration of how to make Kombucha
2. Flavoring of Kombucha after fermentation is done
3. How to save starter liquid to continue another batch of Kombucha
4. Tasting of flavored Kombucha
5. Discuss benefits of Kombucha (healthy gut, probiotics and much more)
6. Discuss Jun tea (like Kombucha, but made w/ a different scoby and green tea), Keifer, ginger brew, etc.
All attendees will go home with their own fully brewed gallon jar of Kombucha tea with scoby, so they will not have to wait on it to brew!
Courtney Windham Bio
Courtney Windham is a stay-at-home mom and owner of Simply Traditional Body Care. Her journey into natural living began over 10 years ago, when her oldest child was diagnosed with severe food allergies in infancy. She enjoys sharing the knowledge she has acquired along the way with others – hopefully saving them some of the frustrations of trial and error that comes with learning something new!
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