Kombucha is not just another superfood you can’t afford. It is an accessible probiotic beverage that can bring health into your home.
Illustrations by Lila Volkas
Many people who attend my public kombucha workshops are there because they are tired of spending money on cases of kombucha every month. These bubbly bottles aren’t cheap, costing $3-$5 a pop.
The kombucha industry has a projected worth of $5.45 billion dollars by 2025, so there are a lot of companies who want a slice of revenue from this popular buzzy beverage. With everyone wanting to hop on the kombucha bandwagon consumers must be wary of subpar practices. (Read more about how to shop for the best booch here.)
Kombucha fans should not have to cash out to get their bubbly fix. More and more people are transitioning away from stocking up on booch at the grocery and diving into brewing at home because it is so much cheaper! Not a cook? No problem! Kombucha is as easy as making a big cup of tea.
The best part is kombucha costs a humble $1 per gallon to make yourself! Not to mention that you get to concoct creative flavors, share your bountiful brew with your friends and make it as sour or sweet as you like.
Ready to start brewing? Come to my next public kombucha brewing workshop or book a private one for you and your friends or team at work!