Learn How to Brew Your Own Kombucha
Many people in my family suffer from auto-immune diseases, and since gut health is so important to maintaining a healthy immune system, I decided to start brewing my own Kombucha.
For the last 5 years I have gotten pretty good at brewing kombucha, and even started hosting brewing classes in my home, and selling starter SCOBYs all over the country.
I have been asked many times to share my recipe and techniques, so I decided to create this Kombucha Kit that will give you everything you need to get started brewing your own Kombucha at home.
Here's what you get in the Kombucha Kit:
A SCOBY is actually an acronym for Symbiotic Culture Of
Bacteria and Yeast. It’s the living home for bacteria and
yeast to transform your tea into a yummy, fizzy drink
creating healthy bacteria for your body!
The starter liquid is already made kombucha. This has the
healthy bacteria needed to help the SCOBY produce a full
batch of Kombucha!
I have included instructional videos that will take you
step-by-step through the entire process
The recipe is for handy use as you watch the video you
can read along!
Q: Does water really matter?
A: YES! I cannot express this enough. Make sure it’s filtered or purified.
Q: Where do you find a glass jar?
A: Walmart is the cheapest. Or search online for cookie jars and then just not use the top.
Q: Can the glass jar have a spicket?
A: Yes, but not ideal with the spicket being plastic and the rubber washer that is there against
Q: Do I have to make 2 gallons?
A: Nope! You can cut the recipe in half and purchase a 1 gallon jar.
Q: After my first batch do I have to brew again right away?
A: No you don’t have to brew right away. Make sure to store your scoby with 1 cup of liquid in a
glass mason jar with a coffee filter on top so it can breathe.
Q: After I batch out my kombucha do I put it in the refrigerator?
Q: How much should I drink?
A: When starting off drinking kombucha drink 3oz every other day for a couple weeks and
increase to everyday and progress from there. Same with children.
Q: Is kombucha safe for children?
A: Yes- read question “How much should I drink?”
Q: What does it taste like?
A: Fizzy, sweet, and a little sour