Kombucha Equipment & Supplies
Kombucha is a fermented tea beverage brewed since ancient times and widely touted for its health benefits in Eastern Cultures for over 2,000 years. Although the exact origins are relatively unknown, the process has remained unchanged. A live Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast (SCOBY) ferments a sweet tea mixture to produce a refreshing, yet tart, tea beverage. Recently, Kombucha has become very popular as a healthy and refreshing beverage. Kombucha can be made from a variety of different tea blends and can be flavored with fruit, herbs, and spices. It can even be carbonated. The best part is, you can brew kombucha at home very easily.
Southern Homebrew is proud to offer you a wide selection of equipment and supplies for your Kombucha brewing needs.
The Kombucha All-In-One Brewing Kit
has everything you need to get started making your own Kombucha. As you need additional equipment and supplies check out the rest of our site for additional items to assist you with all your Kombucha and other homebrewing needs!! If you can't find what you need or we don't possibly have it listed please contact us at email@example.com
We have all your Kombucha equipment and supplies for:- Multiple Types (PET & Glass) & Sizes of Fermantation Containers/Carboys
- Various Sizes of Siphons/Tubing
- Various Sizes of Straining Bags
- An assortment of Bottle Sizes, Colors & Capping
- Collection of Bottle Fillers to make Bottling your Kombucha simple & quick
- A Variety of Tea Blends Supports Flavoring Your Kombucha In Bulk or Smaller Doses
- Customize Decorative Labels (presently wine or beer bottle type label sizes, investigating labels for Kombucha type bottles)
Remember, no matter how good your equipment is, you MUST KEEP IT CLEAN BY SANITIZING ALL YOUR EQUIPMENT & KEEP IT CLEAN THROUGHOUT THE PROCESS OTHERWISE YOUR FERMENTATION RESULTS, SCOBY etc. CAN BECOME CONTAMINATED WITH THE WRONG TYPE OF BACTERIA.
This is especially important when you're dealing with things that have narrow and hard-to-clean spaces, like bottling equipment and funnels, or have openings that are too small to get your hands in to clean (like bottles and growlers). When you're thinking about what equipment to buy, keep in mind that you'll need to also get the equipment that will help you keep it in good shape and sanitary so that you don't accidentally introduce contamination into the brewing process. Consider using a large fermenting style bucket used for wine/beer to soak/sanitize all your applicable equipment & supplies!! Clean hands, a clean workspace, and clean equipment will help you avoid any potential problems.