One Gallon Glass Jars with tight fitting plastic lids.
Variety of uses; for fermenting, brewing and storing.
Some kombucha purists only believe kombucha should be fermented in glass containers.
Gallon Jars provide about one week of kombucha for the typical kombucha
Typically one-gallon in a single-stage ferment takes 6-8 days at 80F to be properly fermented. Since one does not fill the jar all the way, actually only about 3/4 and the mushroom takes up some volume. Plus one saves at least 10% (from 1-2 cups for the next batch) and some evaporates. What is left form the typical one-gallon brew is 60- 80 fluid ounces.Roughly about one glass per day. That amounts to what many people commonly report making and drinking.
Compared to our 2 1/2 Gallon Porcelain Brewing Crock which produces from 10 fluid oz daily to 75 fluid oz daily (roughly 3 gallons week) or 2 gallons per Single Stage Brewing Cycle and our Five Gallon brewing container tested safe for kombucha compatibility. Produces from 20 fluid oz daily to 100 fluid oz daily (roughly 7 gallons week) or from 2 to 4 1/2 gallons per Single Stage Brewing Cycle
NOTE: Glass jars are often available at Thrift stores for a few dollars apiece or try your favorite restaurant and deli and ask them to save those pickle jars for you. Sun Tea jars are popular and readily available during the summer. problem is those spigots tend to leak after awhile and have to be replaced. Don't use stained glass, crystal, or glass with any colors as they may contain lead. 2 Gallon Cookie jars usually available with glass lids (don't use the lids when fermenting kombucha tea) sometimes appear in department stores.
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