The year was 2010, a flim-flam was erupting over the high alcohol content of kombucha sold long after its bottling date and large companies with their complicated supply lines were compelled to pull their brews from grocery store shelves. Not so House Kombucha, SF's little 'bucha bottler that could. The Sixth Street factory was able to gain a sturdy market share due to its local distribution and small company profile not to mention its sustainable practices (the company recently announced a 42 percent bottle return rate that 50-cent deposit really works!). Best of all: we got to continue drinking its delicate vanilla orchid root and rose black tea flavors uninterrupted.
Available at various Bay Area grocery stores. housekombucha.food.officelive.com