Supplies

The philosophy that we put toward trying new things in kombucha brewing is the same philosophy we use in our business and in the rest of our lives. Some failures will happen, sure. But whatever. We learn, we get better, find awesome new tricks the we would have never stumbled upon. Be bold. Try things. Never look back. Happy brewing!

Supplies

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  • Easy Rider

    A root melody of Indian sarsaparilla and sassafras is tied together with Wild Jungle Green Pu-erh tea and a pinch of birch bark this flavor will remind the palate of a cold pint of root beer.

    Starting at: $6.40

  • Red Ginger

    Red Ginger was one of the first three flavors launched by Kombucha Brooklyn back in 2009 and it has been New York City's favorite flavor ever since.

    Starting at: $13.00

  • KBBK Evaporated Cane Sugar

    The kombucha culture really loves a nice clean sugar to fuel it's complete tea transformation! KBBK's Organic, Fair-Trade Cane Sugar is the perfect tried-and-true food for your home-brewed kombucha culture!

    Starting at: $4.50

  • Pocket Scale

    Your ability to accurately replicate your brews will take your 'buching to the next level. Make volumetric approximations a thing of the past!

    $5.00
  • Kombuchman's Private Reserve, November: Dehong Black, Purple Varietal

    Malty and pleasantly smoky and sweet, this tea makes a 'buch that is sure to please the brewer and his lucky guests.

    Starting at: $12.00

  • KBBK's Signature Tea Blend

    KBBK has been brewing robust and delicious 'buch in the northeast for years. We've tried brewing with almost every tea out there and have designed our unique Kombucha flavor using a precise combination of tea components.

    Starting at: $3.20

  • KBBK SCOBY

    For all of you home brewers out there who just need another mother to get your buch flowing again, we've got you covered.

    Starting at: $25.00

  • Jun “Honey” SCOBY

    Believed to have originated in the Himalayan mountains, Jun is a special kombucha culture that feeds on honey rather than sugar.

    Starting at: $30.00

  • Guizhou Black Tea

    With hints of chocolate chip cookies and jackfruit, this black tea stands alone.

    Starting at: $6.40

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