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Anatomy of a Kombucha Micro Brewery

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Complete Kombucha Starter Kits. 

We will help you start or expand. We provide sales, service, set up, consulting. and training.  From Gallons to Barrels From Farmers Market to events to Brew Houses and TapRooms.  Designed for you and your budget. We're here to help you be as unique as your Kombucha.  The $50 fee (if you choose to pay) is for our Consulting. Our first hour is free. Text us for an appointment.  We are always happy to chat  about more general help on kombucha. 

Read below to follow the anatomy of a kombucha Micro Brewery, from boil to dispersing .

Over 20+ years experience in Kombucha Tea, Kombucha Beer,   non-alcohol Jun, Kvass, Ginger Beer, Lacto-soda's. Now including Cold Brew Coffee and Nitro Coffee can be added to your menu. 

Presenting below, but not limited to, is our Kombucha Symbiosis Fermenter which we custom design specifically for you. There is typically a 1-2 week delievery time frame. 

Our Kombucha Symbiosis Fermenter starts with a 15 gallon fermenter that will grow and expand to fit your production. 

The distinct advantage is the surface area to depth ratio. The greater surface area provides greater oxygen and nitrogen to the bacteria and to the yeasts. This creates a healthy and vibrant SCOBY population.  With greater access to oxygen the bacteria convert the alcohol, created by the yeasts, to acetic acid faster, and more completely. The bacteria utilize the glucose to produce high amounts of gluconic acid, the result is less alcohol and a better ratio of gluconic acid to acetic acid for a less sharp (less vinegary) smooth and flavorful kombucha tea. Faster ferment. Lower Alcohol. Less Sugar.  More options. 

This versatile system allows for multiple ferments of different flavored kombucha, Ginger Beer, Jun, Kvass, Cold Brew Coffee you name it Besides numerous different types of ferments, you may also vary the fermentation cycle as needed. For example having one batch finishing on a Monday, another on a Tuesday and son on. 

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 Kombucha Symbiosis Fermenter

Every good - no great Kombucha begins with its water. Check with your local water department to get a list of whats in it and when they do any flushing. Then Google << how to adjust your water for brewing >> 

Boil the water, sugar and tea, herbs & spices.  Set up an account and receive 30% off.       Most local food inspectors, and for health reasons require the ingredients to be boiled. Our DigiBoil heats the water to your desired temperature and maintains that temperature. available in 110 or 220 V, 9 to 17 gallons.  Avoid having tp filter or dreadful pieces floating about with our large size Mesh Bag

Wide range of affordable pumps and lines for transferring hot or cold liquids.

Buy individually or collectively our Kombucha Symbiosis Fermenter are made from 22 gauge, 300 series stainless steel and holds a maximum of 15 gallons each.  We recommend a 12 gallon brew. Fitted with a weldles stainless steel ball valve. This allows for fast and easy upscale and expansion as your busies grows. 

Regulate your brewing temperatures for optimum ferment and consistency in production. Kombucha Heating Pads

Once your ferment is complete  Keg it. Kegs are easier to move about, to store, to carbonate, and to disperse from. They afford the most value. 

When you're first starting out having a full size cold room is pricy. A good old refrigerator works extremely well. A standard 20 cubic inch can handle 12 kegs and an assortment of mini-kegs and growlers 

Until you pasteurize, or chemically stabilize your ferment, it will continue to ferment and when bottled, canned or kegged will produce more alcohol.  Alcohol and carbonation are equally produced. The more natural carbonation the more alcohol. Refrigeration has 2 main effects. 

Once your ferment is complete  Keg it. Kegs are easier to move about, to store, to carbonate, and to disperse from. They afford the most value. 

When you're first starting out having a full size cold room is pricy. A good old refrigerator works extremely well. A standard 20 cubic inch can handle 12 kegs and an assortment of mini-kegs and growlers 

Until you pasteurize, or chemically stabilize your ferment, it will continue to ferment and when bottled, canned or kegged will produce more alcohol.  Alcohol and carbonation are equally produced. The more natural carbonation the more alcohol. Refrigeration has 2 main effects.

1. it slows or inhibits future fermentation. Alcohol level stays low.

2.   "Chill Proofing" and  "Cold Stabilization" helps settle out particles, and smoothes out the harshness. The taste and character are improved and remain more constant to sales. 

We recommend that you keg and chill (<36F) before forced carbonation. This will save you both time & money. Forced carbonation will deliver a consistent and  known amount of carbonation that you determine best suits your customers. The smallest  CO2  system, complete with clamps, lines, hoses, and tank that we recommend is a 5 pound tank. A single 5 pound tank will fill about 15-22 5 gallon kegs. That would dispense over 800  12 oz glasses. Even when you outgrow this system everything here will still come in useful.

 We custom design a system for the individual. 

We have kegeratosr in all sizes, single tower to multiple towers

We have fermenters from a gallon to large barrels, Brite Tanks, and Conicals, Glass, Plastic, Stainless Steel, Oak Barrels, Chilling Units, and Heating pads and jackets. 

If we don't have what you're looking for we'll help you find it. We'll also tell you what you don't need. 

We have quality resources, fair and reasonable prices.  For the Do-It-Yourself folks we'll gather all the pieces you need. and drop ship right to your door. 

We'll help with your business plans, and trouble shoot all those mishaps. 

We provide recipes and starters  for Kombucha, Jun, Kvass, Ginger Beer, Water Crystals, Cold Brewed Coffee and Nitro Coffee.

Tools for testing total acids, sugars, alcohol.  Counting bacteria and yeast, determining their vitality and viability. Training.  

We offer our clients wholesale prices on teas, herbs, spices, gruits, growlers and mini kegs as well as brewing equipment.

If you're bottling or canning, working by yourself or with staff. working with a big budget or all on your own.   Manuel, semi-automatic, fully automatic.we have  the equipment to fit your life-style as well as your budget. 

Send us an email to eddy@HappyHerbalist.com Tell us what how can we help you. We'll set up a one hour free chat. As a professional consultant our rates are very reasonable at $50.00 per hour. We like to do ZOOM, FaceTime, or WEChat.

Please be sure to check out our extensive Research Library, Articles and Blog.  Especially download our free e-Books. Kombucha Craft Brewing and Kombucha Mushroom Extracted.

 Please visit our Blog Setting up a Kombucha Micro Brewery.  

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