Our products are about spreading love, health and possibility into people’s lives and the world. They are about unity and community. About being social, connected with another or others. They are about creativity and making something great out of the combination of two or more different things. We view each and every bottle we produce as a healthy and beneficial work of art created for the community in a large bottle size (750 ml) and now a single serving (12oz).
Our Mission is to produce the best artisan Kombucha Tea and Kombucha Beer products on the market made with the healthiest ingredients possible. It is our intention to: spread love, health, possibility, joy and bliss into our community and the world, to inspire others to spread their own unique gifts and creativity into their communities and beyond, and to help local farms and causes in the community and the world.
“They met in 2006, it was love at first sight. She had a Kombucha mushroom in her kitchen to boot! He had experience in the past brewing wine and beer out of wild edibles. A perfect match for future Kombuchateers. Their combination made sublime Kombucha and supreme flavors!
After drinking too much of the best-selling brand at health food stores, they started experimenting and brewing on their own in 2007. Their friends and family loved it and requested it at gatherings and holidays. This demand resulted in a regular brewing schedule. They experimented with formula and flavors; it became a sort of delicious obsession. With creativity, faith and inspiration, they took a leap to create unique and amazingly delicious Kombucha Beers that are gluten-free, vegan, organic, bottle conditioned and raw. These beers have been lovingly fermented similar to a Lambic in oak-barrels with hops and whole fruits.
They still make their products by hand, in small batches, with love and care.
Someday, in the not too distant future, they will be living on their own family farm, growing some of what they add to their flavored Kombucha themselves. They plan to get help from chickens, goats, and their four children.”