Elixir of Life: Fermented Sodas Workshop @ Ramble Supply Co.

Fermented Sodas Workshop | Ramble Supply Co., Raleigh | February 20, 2-4 PM

Looking for that magic elixir to help you live eternal?  Or maybe just a little something to help you be healthier in the New Year?  We have a couple of elixirs chock-full of beneficial probiotics that will get you started on your path to health in 2016.  

Join Piedmont Picnic Project at Ramble Supply Co for our upcoming workshop on fermented sodas!  Learn two techniques for fermenting your own sodas at home: (1) fermenting using a kombucha SCOBY which we will provide, and (2) fermenting by growing your own ginger bug.  


What you can expect:

Taste fermented sodas flavored with locally foraged fruit and herbs, including one spiked fermented cocktail!  

Learn how to make two kinds of fermented sodas on your own at home:  

  • Kombucha
  • Ginger Bug Soda

Take home a kombucha fermentation kit that includes:

  • fermentation vessel + swing-top bottle for the finished product
  • personalized fermentation cover cloth
  • SCOBY starter
  • your first batch of tea!  

Learn a little about the history of fermented drinks and North Carolina sodas + the health benefits of drinking naturally fermented sodas!  

Tickets are $40 and include a take-away DIY Kombucha Fermentation Kit and one cocktail made with fermented soda! Space is limited! RSVP at ramblesupplyco@gmail.com.

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  1. Hello –
    Loved this workshop I attended a couple weeks ago, and excited about my first batch. Question – I am on my 2nd fermentation, and notice that a small scoby is forming in the capped bottle you provided. I used a strainer, and put it back in the bottle, and another scoby is forming. What should I do?
    Thank you.

    • pppadmin

      March 10, 2016 at 11:54 pm

      Thanks, Marianne! So glad you enjoyed the workshop. It’s not uncommon for a small SCOBY to form even in the second fermentation. It won’t hurt anything, so you can either leave it in or strain it out. Feel free to take it out before you drink it. Let us know if you have more questions!

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