11 Kombucha Bars We Love

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Kombucha Cheers
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Pouring Some Healdsburg SHED Kombucha.
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SHED: Healdsburg, California

SHED in Healdsburg, California, is a high-end kitchen, coffee and fermentation bar. Expect to find homemade kefir, wine, mead, beer, natural sodas and kombucha on tap.  

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3 Lenny Boys in a Row
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Lenny Boy: Charlotte, North Carolina

Lenny Boy Brewing Co., in Charlotte, North Carolina, was the first "Certified Organic" kombucha producer in the Southeast. Enjoy a draft, flight, bottle or fill a crowler—a 32-ounce growler-sized can— with the probiotic-packed kombucha.

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Colorfully Healthy Probiotic Smoothie Bowl
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Maui Kombucha: Maui, Hawaii

Maui Kombucha served the Haiku community in Maui, Hawaii, dishing up more than just batches of the beneficial, bacteria-infused tea. Try out the raw vegan fare for the full experience.  

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Glory Bucha with Berries
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GloryBucha: Seattle, Washington

GloryBucha, in Arlington, Washington, is home to one of Seattle's first kombucha micro-breweries open to visitors. Each bubbly beverages undergoes a unique process to create a well-balanced kombucha that is neither cloyingly sweet nor overly acidic.  

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Big Easy Bucha bottles
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Big Easy Bucha: New Orleans

The Big Easy is home to aptly named Big Easy Bucha. Open your mind and palette and try one of the fabulous, fun, fizzy flavors at the largest commercial brewery in the Gulf South. For a caffeine buzz try the coffee kombucha or simmer down with a swig of the satsuma-flavored elixir.  

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Kombucha in a mason jar
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Skybird Juice Bar and Experimential Kitchen: Orlando, Florida

Head to East End Market in Orlando, Florida, for Skybird Juice Bar and Experimental Kitchen and its range of local, organic tasties. Enjoy the seasonal kombucha selections, smoothies, juices and breakfast bowls.  

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Colorful Lucky Elixirs
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The Brewkery: Kansas City, Missouri

The Brewkery is the artisanal brewing company and home of "Lucky Elixir Kombucha." The brews are produced using ingredients local to Kansas City and range in flavor from "Berry Blend" to "Ginger Lime." 

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Small batches of tea
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Orlando City Kombucha: Winter Park, Florida

Orlando City Kombucha makes its fermented tea in small-batches using seasonal ingredients. The organic kombucharia is constantly experimenting with fresh, high-quality hop varieties to achieve the best brew possible. Regular flavors range from "Beet It" to "Mojito," while seasonal flavors including "Seminole Pumpkin Spice" to "Blood Orange."

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Three Bottle of Blue Ridge Bucha Kombucha
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Blue Ridge Bucha: Afton, Virginia

The organic Blue Ridge Bucha in Afton, Virginia, is concocted from pure Blue Ridge Mountain water to craft flavors like "Bluegrass Bucha" and "Elderflower Sunrise." To minimize waste, the glass jug or bottle is included in the purchase so that patrons can refill that same bottle more than once.

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Mamachari kombucha bottles
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Mamachari Kombucha: Salt Lake City, Utah

The core flavors at Mamachari Kombucha in Salt Lake City range from "Roots and Botanicals" to "Jasmine Rose."  The nut-free, gluten-free, corn-free and raw kombucha company offers seasonal selections at its taproom.  

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Cultured South Flight
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Cultured South Fermentation Company: Atlanta

Cultured South Fermentation Company, local to Atlanta, offers more than just fermented kombucha brews. The purveyor offers a full range of fermented products including Pure Abundance Cashew Cheese to Golda Kombucha.

By Savanna Syms on 03/13/2018

Kombucha is a bubbly, bright and funky brew made from ingredients such as fermented tea, beneficial bacteria and yeast.

It's a trendy drink that's a little sweet and a little sour, with a long history that dates back to 3rd century China. This ancient, gut-pleasing concoction is winning hearts and minds of the young and old alike.

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