Beak Basics: All About Kombucha

Sara Lemmon
7 Reasons Why to Stop Buy Kombucha from the Store: And Start Drink Locally Brewed Instead

7 Reasons Why to Stop Buy Kombucha from the Store: And Start Drink Locally Brewed Instead

There are so many reasons why you should drink locally brewed kombucha. Locally brewed kombucha has way more going for it than you think. In this blog post, we'll drive into 7 reasons why consuming local brew is not just better for you but for your community. 

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Sara Lemmon
3 Common Myths about Kombucha Debunked

3 Common Myths about Kombucha Debunked

Kombucha's has gotten a bad rap. You just say the word kombucha and people give you that face. You know the one? It says "Um...I don't think so..." There's a lot of education that needs to happen around kombucha in part because there is so much misinformation out there. In this blog post, we are going to separate fact from fiction on the 3 most common misconceptions people have a kombuhca. 

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6 Reasons Why Brewing Kombucha at Home is Good for Your Mental Health

6 Reasons Why Brewing Kombucha at Home is Good for Your Mental Health

Have you ever thought of brewing kombucha at home? The benefits of brewing kombucha at home go beyond saving money, wellness and having a new, yummy hobby. Brewing can actually help your mental health. Read more to learn the 6 reasons why brewing kombucha at home isn't just good for your gut but for your mind.

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Sara Lemmon
hand holding kombucha scoby

What Exactly is a SCOBY?

If you've ever dabbled in the world of kombucha brewing, chances are you've encountered the term SCOBY. You probably have images of an alien looking blob or maybe a snot like looking thing. Either way, the image isn't good. But SCOBYs play an important role in the fermenation of kombucha. So what it is? SCOBY, an acronym for Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast, is often likened to a thriving community within your brewing vessel. However, some argue that it should be called SMOBY, emphasizing the mutualistic relationship between the bacteria and yeast. In this symbiotic partnership, both species benefit,...

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