Learn to Make Kombucha at Home
October 31 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am$50
Save money and have some DIY fun
Kombucha is a healthy habit to have, and drinking it regularly comes with an array of benefits. But if you love kombucha and purchase it at the store, your pocketbook probably feels the effect of paying retail price. The convenience of packaged kombucha brands comes with a steep cost!
What you may not know is that kombucha is easy and very affordable to make at home. All you need are a few basic ingredients and flavorings, some imagination and, most importantly, a scoby.
Learn what all of this means, what the process entails, and how to get started making your own “booch” at home during this 90-minute class, held in cooperation with Rotary Botanical Gardens. During the class we’ll cover all the necessities and techniques to confidently create your own continuous brew and sample some flavors.
All attendees receive step-by-step guides and a starter scoby.
About the instructor
Katie Kuznacic, a.k.a The Booch Witch, started making kombucha in her kitchen in the spring of 2017. She’s enjoyed the ritual ever since and saved thousands of dollars in the process. She enjoys bringing new DIY self-care techniques to those who seek that balance.
A Wisconsin native, Katie and her husband, Eric, live in Janesville. She works in higher-education administration and is pursuing her MBA. She enjoys traveling, cheese, gardening, going barefoot, and being in the kitchen.
Class details & cost
- When: Saturday, Oct. 31, 2020
- Time: 10 – 11:30 a.m.
- Location: Rotary Botanical Gardens, 1455 Palmer Dr, Janesville, WI 53545
- Cost: $50 per person. Includes:
- 90-minute class
- Free starter scoby set (limited quantities available)
- Step-by-step guides to take home