You’re great kombucha farmers! You bought us out of SCoBYs and we have a lot of them! This hasn’t happened before so for the next two weeks we’re gunna use our mothers to grow baby SCoBYs and then we’ll be back in business.
Thanks again everyone who has gotten a Homebrewing Starter Kit from us, you’re the best.
So, the European Space Agency is seeing what happens when you put a kombucha SCoBY into the vacuum of space and I personally couldn’t be more excited. If anyone at the ESA or NASA needs a kombucha expert on the International Space Station, I will quit my job right now.
ESA Straps Kombucha SCoBY To Outside of ISS
I know the last post on here was a little while ago (over 2.5 years is a little while, right) but we are still here and still making Kombucha Homebrewing Starter Kits!
More posts will follow this but be sure to like us on Facebook and keep your eyes peeled!
In parts of the world that these things called “autumn” and “winter” actually happen (or not the SF Bay Area) it is traditionally a time to live off of stored food and things that are below ground, like roots.
So, at our brewery we’re working on new flavors for the colder months. So far, Licorice root, dandelion root, and nettle root are all we’re working with but if anybody in internet land has an idea or a request don’t be shy, let us know!
These sexy new flyers were designed by Brandi Valenza, who we thank very much!
Catch them at Rainbow Co-op and other local spots!
We finally have enough kombucha ready to sell some to the public! We have lavender and hibiscus available.
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If you’re a co-op member and haven’t received your monthly kombucha, please email us at bay kombucha at gmail.com.
We’ve just bottled up our newest batches of hibiscus (pictured), lavender, and tulsi nettle kombucha!
The refreshing and light hibiscus is definitely my favorite right now and if it ever gets hot in San Francisco, it’ll be better than lemonade!
Hibiscus in the brewery.