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How Should I Heat Kombucha? And What is the Best Way To Heat My Kombucha Brew?
The recommended temperature for Kombucha is 75 – 85 degrees, with the ideal temp being 78. If it brews at lower temperatures, one may experience a flatter, more “dirty” tasting Kombucha that lacks the apple-y sour bite of a delicious, properly brewed Kombucha. Allowing the brew to go for a longer time at lower temperatures (mid to upper 60’s) will help it grow more sour and should produce a safe, drinkable beverage over time. Attempting to ferment at lower than 64 degrees may produce a weaker beverage or may be susceptible to mold as the bacteria get “sleepy” and have a difficult time protecting themselves at the low temperature.
Finding a warmer spot in the kitchen, wrapping the brew in a towel or blanket or placing next to a working appliance are some ways to increase the temperature. If you find you still need a little heat for the brew to produce the best results, we offer 3 models of custom made Kombucha Mamma Heating Mats. All are specifically designed to heat from the side for optimal use with Kombucha and all are made from extremely efficient, award-winning heating material. Each heater provides the same great power to heat brews up to 2.5 gallons in size, so it’s a question of functionality and style as to which unit is best for you.
What is Continuous Brewing?
The Continuous Brew Method is for new Kombucha brewers and seasoned Kombucha brewers alike. In fact this is the very method that people for generations in China, Russia, and Germany have been employing with great results. Simply put, by using a Continuous Brew system, you get more of all the really good stuff in your Kombucha. More nutritious acids, more friendly bacteria, more of all of it. Plus, Continuous Brew also produces, in my opinion, the best taste.