Kombucha Brewing Starter Kit - 2 & 3 Gallons
Powerful Probiotic. Positively Pure.
Premium Glass and Stainless Steel separate this kombucha starter kit from any other on the market. An impermeable glass fermenter keeps your kombucha pure, while the stainless steel spigot makes pouring a perfect serving a breeze with confidence in the cleanliness of a quality product.
If you’re an avid kombucha drinker, this is the complete set of equipment and ingredients you need to make kombucha at home using the continuous brew method. Individualize your batch to precisely the taste you crave and deserve.
This craft Kombucha Making Starter Kit has everything you need to make delicious kombucha at home using the continuous brewing method. You have a choice of glass fermenting vessel that holds either two or three gallons of kombucha. Never run out of delicious kombucha by continuously topping up the fermenter with sweet tea as you enjoy it. It's like have kombucha on tap right in your kitchen.
This kit boasts more probiotic goodness than the standard 1-gallon options with the same level of effort. It's DIY fermentation at its very finest.
Of course, you can easily fill bottles from the spigot as well for delicious kombucha on the go.
- The ONLY kit on the market with a stainless steel spigot for serving & sampling (lasts far longer than plastic and is much more sanitary).
- Continuous brewing fermenter holds 2 or 3 gallons of Kombucha. (choose your size above)
- Live SCOBY for a rapid and healthy fermentation.
- Black tea, cane sugar, & everything you need!
See our article: How to Brew Kombucha Tea at Home
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Good quality container and spout, and everything else you need to get started brewing kombucha. My first batch is on it's way now!
On batch 5 now
Have done 1 gal as well as 2.5 gal
Leave the lower inch or so to cover your scoby in between batches
Taste after a week or so to see when the tang level is what you like
Just as advertised
The equipment and ingredients were packaged well. Only made one batch and decided it wasn't worth it. At least I can say I brewed it once.
So far it taste good just bottled it hope for a bit of carbonation! Fairly easy but do need to keep it quite warm so the scoby can grow effectively.