Raw. Powerful. Probiotic.Our cutting-edge Kombucha Making Kit includes everything you need to make nourishing, delicious kombucha, right in your kitchen. This kit follows the original recipe, unchanged since the drink’s ancient beginnings.
Why Brew Your Own Kombucha?
Easy - Ready in under an hour.
Saves $$$ - Drop $5 for one bottle at the store? No, thank you.
Creativity - Create your own flavors by adding fruit, spices, etc.The possibilities are endless.
Includes a Live SCOBY!
Unlike other starter kits, the Northern Brewer kit includes the SCOBY (Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast), which ferments a sweet tea mixture to produce the drink’s classically refreshing, yet tart flavor. When properly cared for, the SCOBY will last (and grow) for many batches to come.
This 1 Gallon Batch of Kombucha will yield approximately:
- 8-10 of the 12 ounce bottles
- 7-8 of the 16 oz Bottles or 16 oz EZ Cap Bottles
- 5 of the 22 oz "Bomber"- style bottles
- 3+ of the 1L EZ Cap Bottles
- Little Big Mouth Bubbler® Fermenter
- Live SCOBY Culture
- Adhesive Thermometer
- Loose-leaf Black Tea
- Raw Cane Sugar (Evaporated Cane Juice)
- Stainless Tea Ball
- Cheese Cloth and Rubber Band
- Complete Instructions
- pH Testing Strips and Pipette
Designed for 1 Gallon batches.
- Details & Instructions
5.0 / 5.01 Review1 Gallon Kombucha Making KitOn my second batch of Kombucha! Love this kit! So easy to use and it comes with everything you need to get started!! So much better than the store bought stuff!February 19, 2019Purchased
8 months ago
- Customer Q&A
Browse 4 questions Browse 4 questions and 5 answersIf I want to add my own flavoring when should I add it. I like a bit of ginger and lemon. Before bottling?BEST ANSWER: Yes. Add the flavoring at bottling time. I mix up enough for the quantity you are bottling (3 quarts in my case) and apportion that in each bottle then fill with the kombucha. Lemon and ginger is a great choice!Can I re-use the muslin? If so, then at what point do you toss it? Thanks!BEST ANSWER: I have reused the first muslin I cut for my first batch for every batch after that. I keep the same side down and figure that as long as the muslin remains clean that there should be no issues. Of course, though, I have two of the glass fermenters and move it straight from one to the other (with the scoby) when ending one formation and starting the next so my muslin is not sitting around waiting for when I decide to make more. I am in constant production.To make another batch what will I have to buy?BEST ANSWER: Tea and sugarThe description says kombucha is ready in an hour, but the instructions say to let ferment 7 days. Which is right?