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Plotting Fall and Winter Flavors!

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!

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New Flyers!!!

These sexy new flyers were designed by Brandi Valenza, who we thank very much!
Catch them at Rainbow Co-op and other local spots!

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6-Packs of Kombucha Now Available!

We finally have enough kombucha ready to sell some to the public! We have lavender and hibiscus available.
For more info check out: https://kombuchakollective.wordpress.com/donations-and-memberships/

If you’re a co-op member and haven’t received your monthly kombucha, please email us at bay kombucha at gmail.com.

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Hibiscus is the Flavor of Summer!

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.

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New Kombucha!

So, for the last few months we’ve only been making enough kombucha to serve our current Co-op members.  That’s why there hasn’t been a lot of activity around here, but now we’re in over flow and have some extra!
We currently have 22 ounce bottles of green tea based lavender and black tea based hibiscus flower and 12 ounce six packs of green or black tea based hibiscus and green tea based lavender.  We sell mixed packs so just tell us what you want of each and be sure to check out the Donations, Starter Kits, and Memberships section for more info on our suggested donations.

And always feel free to email your questions to baykombucha@gmail.com

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Bottling, Donations, and Membership Changes.

So, after weeks full of math and science, we’ve decided to switched our bottles and how we bottle and that has changed our suggested donations.  For further details check out the Donations, etc part of our page to see what’s different.

If you are a long time customer of ours you will notice our prices have increased.  But you get what you pay for with us, when you buy our kombucha you’re getting a handmade high quality probiotic bev.  We brew our kombucha in small batches with ONLY organic (and when possible Fair Trade) ingredients.  We’re so local, soon we will be able to deliver to you at home or work, on bicycle in many parts of San Francisco!

Our new batch is smaller than usual so if you want lavender infused black, or plain black tea based kombucha, please let us know soon-ish.

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We’re Doing It!

Sorry for all the delays, but things are starting to move around here! This is a formidable wait list starting so hurry up and get on it if you want some of our delicious kombucha before the New Year!
There are also going to be some pretty big changes around here you’ll begin to notice and we’ll be sure to keep everyone updated on our progress.

Thanks a lot for everyone’s interest and keep on fermenting!

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