Ancient Elixirs:  True Komboucha and the Art of Homebrewing with Corrina Keas

Ancient Elixirs:  True Komboucha and the Art of Homebrewing with Corrina Keas

Saturday January 19th, 2019 | 11:00am-2:00pm  | $65.00

The first recorded use of kombucha was in 221 B.C. during the Chinese empire of the Tsin-Dynasty. They called it “The remedy for immortality” or the “divine tische”.    

Today, Kombucha is becoming increasingly recognized as a delicious beverage that has many health benefits. Kombucha seems to be everywhere now. Bartenders are pouring kombucha martinis, they line the shelves at most health food stores, and Walking Man Brewery of Stevenson, WA, won a gold medal at the 2006 World Beer Cup for its Blootsvoetse Bruin, a kombucha-enhanced sour brown ale.

Why the sudden surge of interest in this tonic that has been used for hundreds of years?

Join us for a taste of this Ancient Elixir and learn about the many health benefits of Kombucha! Corrina guides you through a hands-on workshop to help you understand the fermentation process as well as starting your own first brew to take home.
Some of the topics covered in this workshop:

  • What is komboucha?
  • Store bought or home brewed… ?
  • The dos & donts of home brewing
  • How to care for your S.C.O.B.Y
  • Flavoring komboucha & the second fermentation process
  • Q&A discussion
  • Each attendee will receive their own S.C.O.B.Y to take home and begin their own home brew

Please inform us about any health or allergy restrictions to better accommodate. Space is limited and this workshop will fill up quickly. to register, please call 831.462.1807 or visit COBHA.ORG