What is kombucha?
Kombucha is a fermented tea. It’s made by introducing a SCOBY (symbiotic colony of bacteria and yeast) into brewed black or green tea, and sugar. The mix is left to ferment for a week to a month. The result is a fizzy drink that can vary from sweet to vinegary, depending on how long it ferments. Fruit, herbs and spices can be added for a second fermentation, to add additional flavor.
Kombucha does have a tiny amount of alcohol, as a byproduct of the fermentation process, but no, you don’t need an ID to get it. To put it into perspective, most kombuchas have between .5 percent and 3 percent alcohol content; a domestic light beer will have around 4.2 percent and most wines have around 12 to 14 percent alcohol content.
Prettech provide consultation and equipment for small-scale home brew and mid-sized industrial manufacturing. Please feel free to contact for the equipment boilers, heat exchangers, fermenters,etc which are necessary in brewing.