I love brewing Kombucha! We currently brew 2.5 gallons per week (or so), but I am considering adding more, both for our consumption and to share with friends locally.
I like to drink a quart of Kombucha throughout the day. It makes me feel great and I love knowing that I’m getting a natural dose of probiotics.
Every time I go to bottle my kombucha, it never fails… at least one of the rubber bands I use to secure the covers goes missing. I know where they go – well who takes them anyways.
Kaylee thinks it’s hilarious to hide the rubber bands while I’m bottling. I always get them back, but not after a whole lot of giggling, song and dance from my sweet and sassy 3-year old.
So when Hannah from Kombucha Kamp offered to send me some of her new fermentation covers (what I’m calling Kute Kombucha Kovers), I was excited. It’s a simple piece of elastic sewn into fabric, but it works perfectly. Having one piece instead of two is great, and it’s a big bonus that they look nice when visitors walk by my Kombucha cabinet.
If you haven’t started brewing your own Kombucha yet, you can get free recipes from Kombucha Kamp. If you already brew Kombucha and you’re not familiar with Kombucha Kamp, I think you’ll be pleased with the range of brewing supplies she offers! Go check them out now.