Glass Dispenser. Size 16 1/2" High x base 10 1/2 ". Without lid the unit is 14" high. Toal Capacity 21.125 qt
Includes our extra large organic Kombucha SCOBY and enough starter tea to start off making up to 5 gallons of Kombucha Tea. Typical brew time is 8-14 days (dependent upon temperature) . With our Continuous Brew Method you can actually produce over 7 gallons each week !
Your choice of any of our Organic Kombucha Starter Cultures. read more
Chateau Kombucha. is wild bacteria and yeasts fermented in organic sugar and our blended organic black and organic green tea. This strain travels well and enjoys the widest appeal. Produces a respectable apple-cider, slightly carbonated, refreshing Kombucha Tea.
Brettanomyces (yeast); unlike typical yeast which stress out when its too warm, Brett is cool at 85F. This makes for a Great Summer brew. Another advantage is that both do well living in a wood home, such as in our Oak Barrels. Produces a Lambic style brew and when fermented in Oak has a mellow buttery taste.
Saccharomyces Boulardii This particular sub-species is new to Kombucha Brewing Not being mentioned in the early Kombucha Books as one of the main yeasts found in kombucha. This species is well known for aiding digestion and thus increasing energy. It starts fermenting fast and produces higher amounts of alcohol quickly. It slows at the end and does not completely ferment all the fermentable sugars
Torulaspora delbrueckii is a very unique yeast. One of a kind as it is strictly aerobic. Where other yeasts are anaerobic (producing more alcohol) when bottles and the oxygen supply is cut off, T. delbrueckii goes dormant. This yeast starts off slow but finishes more completely. T. delbrueckii creates a drier less sugary brew with lower alcohol levels. Some beer brewers will combine T. delbrueckii with Saccharomyces Boulardii to produce higher alcohol levels with less sugar.
Our own Kombucha-Kefir Hybrid according to research this combination produces significantly higher levels of D-saccharic acid 1,4 lawton (DSL) and glucuronic acid, acetic, lactic acid gluconic acid. Contains the specific lactobacillus strain found in Milk Kefir.
includes Stick on temperature gauge. Learn why Time and Temperature is important in making the best kombucha ever.
Stainless Steel Spigot (comes with standard food grade plastic spigot)
Glass lid (comes with standard cloth and rubber band) . Most probiotic fermenters perfer cloth and rarely will use the glass lid. Since the glass lid is large and heavy and simply adds dimensional weight and costs to shipping we include this as an option.
Wood Stand natural wood counter stand varnished to excellent quality. Raises the Glass Dispenser 6 1/2 inches higher.
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We ship insured. Please check for damage and report damage to us as soon as possible. Include photos and do keep all the box and contents along with all the bubble wrap. Text 919-518-3336 or email HappyHerbalist@me.com Our insurance will email you immediately to confirm damage and a replacement will be on ts way typically with 1-2 business days.
Free PDF Download Kombucha Craft Brewing Guide Beer, Cider, Mead, Vinegar testing for alcohol, acids, and sugar. Best method to carbonate, and more options available at our sister site www.HappyHerbalist.com
Note: Inspect items for damage and let us know ASAP.
Spigot: Check for leaks prior to adding beverage.
With the jar filled only 1/2 way with tap water hand tighten only. Over-tightening may cause the glass to crack. Again be careful not to over-tighten. .
If it is leaking from the spout. It may be a defective spigot (and we'll send a replacement) or a improperly seated interior gasket. The spigot has a nut on it that may be losses and the gasket may be re-seated or what happened after long use is sediment may be lodge inside and have to be removed.
It may be the silicon gaskets are improperly seated or damaged. If improperly seated simply remove and re-install. If damaged or the size is inapproapite we will send out replacements.
Clean with white distilled vinegar, and check for leaks BEFORE using .
* Free PDF Download Kombucha Craft Brewing Guide Beer, Cider, Mead, Vinegar testing for alcohol, sugar and more
To enhance the flavor and health check out our Kombucha Brewing Guide articles online
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Ed and Sue Kasper
cell / text 919-518-3336