Love knows no color, gender, race, or boundaries. It warms us up on a cold Winter’s day and radiates beauty from within. Our Kombucha is our greatest gift of love, and we’re honored to share it with the world.
Even though it’s many people’s least favorite season, winter is a critical stage in the yearly cycles of most all living things. It’s common to wonder how long to brew Kombucha in winter, along with other ferments like water kefir or milk kefir.
Even in warmer climes, the changes in air pressure, humidity and of course, temperature during winter all shift the way insects, plants, animals, and yes even our homebrews behave.
The healthy yeast and bacteria, which prefer warmer temps for the best results anyway, slow down when the weather gets cooler. Unless some of these winter fermentation tips are implemented, brewing issues like mold, off flavors, and stuck fermentation are more common at cooler times of year.
With love by the Kombucha By Laurent Team