Winston-Salem invited to come and craft some kombucha

September 6, 2017 by  

Kombucha, a tea-based drink enjoying a surge in popularity, will be the focus for a Winston-Salem workshop that will teach people how they can make their own version of this fermented beverage.

UpDog Kombucha and Colony Urban Farm Store will be teaming up to host a class that will lead the participants through all the steps of the process of making this up-and-coming probiotic drink. They will learn about the fermentation techniques used to make it, as well as how to flavor and bottle it at home. Every participant will receive their very own do-it-yourself starter kit, and also a copy of the recipe so that they can get started on making their own batch in their own time.

The organizers of the function noted that, as only 25 spaces are available, those who are interested should register as soon as possible. It has been scheduled for September 10 in the Tavern in Old Salem, and the ticket price will be $25 each. Promotional drinkware that can be used during a class like this can be both custom designed and printed by an area printer.

Those at the event will also have time to browse through the other products and services the shop has to offer, and more details can be found on the Colony Urban Farm Store’s online store.

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