Continuous Brew mini-FAQ
By changing the starting ratio from…
1 Part KT:9 Parts Starter (orignial method)
3 Parts KT:1 PART Starter Liquid (CB method)
…the brewing cycle is dramatically reduced (just 1-2 days to complete).
Your colony of bacteria and yeast will be hungry and will very quickly process the small amount of sugar into mature KT.
Actually, CB results in less work. One example: a more streamlined bottling experience, without the need to lift your brewing vessel, clean it every week or deal with the mess afterwards.
Sure, just drain mature KT and add starter liquid to taste. Or for bottles, flavor as desired – no funnel, no mess!
So says Michael Roussin and experts worldwide.
Not at all. Having it on tap will change your perspective. Plus, you’ll find friends, family and neighbors eyeing your Kombucha set-up with envy and maybe even helping themselves to a fresh glass.
Yes. With a straight face. It is.
Don’t be nervous. You have the experience of hundreds of homebrewers backing you up in the form of my detailed instructions and maintenance plan. You will be guided along the way. You will save time and effort.