How to Brew Your Own Kombucha with Blue Ridge Bucha

When

Wednesday, September 6th / 6:30 to 8:00PM in The Beet

What

Learn how simple it can be to make your own kombucha at home!  Ethan, founder of Blue Ridge Bucha, will share recipes and expertise from his tried and true home-brewing method, a process that is easy for participants to replicate at home.  This session is appropriate for both beginning and seasoned kombucha brewers.

Ethan has been brewing kombucha for fifteen years.  He and his wife launched their first on draft kombucha company in 2010.

About Ethan and Blue Ridge Bucha

Blue Ridge Bucha is small, family-owned business with an awesome and dedicated team that is passionate about making a high quality product and bringing it to you in a uniquely sustainable way.

In 2010, husband-and-wife team Ethan and Kate Zuckerman founded a company with a mission: to make delicious kombucha in a refillable bottle. More than six years later, this commitment has saved more than half a million bottles…and counting.

Ethan and his team are still handcrafting our kombucha in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Nelson County, VA.  They are brewing with the same culture that he began working with over a decade ago, using Certified Organic ingredients to create refreshing and unique flavors.

As you learn to master your own kombucha brewing, know that you can always find the tried and true classic flavors as well as the new and seasonal offerings on tap and on our shelves at Ellwood’s.  Bring your growler for a fill at the Green & Grind, for snag a refillable bottle to-go in our beverage case.

Admission

Level 1 Ticket | $8 | Includes Blue Ridge Bucha stainless steel pint cup and 32 ounce growler 

Level 2 Ticket | $18 | Includes Blue Ridge Bucha stainless steel pint cup, 32 ounce growler and t-shirt

Purchase your ticket here!

Questions?

Shoot us an email thebeet@ellwoodthompsons.com.  We love questions, feedback, our gut microbiomes and good vibes.

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