There’s nothing better than a cold one on draft.
That goes for kombucha on draft as much as it does for beer! The tastiest, freshest kombucha is poured right from the tap, and more and more businesses are making draft kombucha available to customers.
Growler to Go
At Humm, we’re big on growlers and kombucha in kegs. If the word ‘growler’ makes you think of the mean dog you had to walk by on the way to school, then read on! Growlers are jugs, generally made of glass, that are used to transport beverages, from beer to cider to, you guessed it, kombucha.
There are tons of benefits to using growlers. They’re great for the environment, as you can refill them over and over instead of tossing or recycling bottles and cans. Not only is buying in bulk more cost effective for you, many craft brewers only make their beer and kombucha available in kegs, as bottling and canning operations are cost prohibitive. If you visit our first-in-the-nation kombucha taproom, remember to bring your growler, as our special “Brewer’s Batches” are only available that way.