The Basics of Producing High Alcohol Kombucha (Webcast Only)

Date: 
Jun 18, 2019
Price: 
$50.00

Early Registration

Deadline: 
Jun 18, 2019
Price: 
$50.00

The Basics of Producing High Alcohol Kombucha

High alcohol kombucha is one of the fastest growing trends in alternative beverages. For those looking to learn more about the many approaches to producing this beverage, we are hosting a 60-minute live webcast. This webcast will review how to commercially produce high alcohol kombucha including ways to raise or lower the ABV along with benchmarking your product and working towards consistency. Times are PDT.

Topics Include:

     • Techniques to increase alcohol by volume
     • Considerations when raising alcohol by volume
     • Shelf stability
     • Alcohol production in traditional kombucha

This class is taught by Mannanova Solutions Founder and President, Sébastien Bureau. With a background in chemistry and biology, Sébastien previously spent several years as the vice president of R&D for Canada’s largest kombucha company. Sébastien currently leads kombucha workshops globally and works as a consultant with large and small kombucha companies.

Who should attend:

This class is ideal for anyone currently making or looking to produce high alcohol kombucha.

How to sign up:

     • Use the White Labs app
     • E-mail [email protected]
     • Contact our customer service team at 888.593.2785

To view a full list of educational workshops offerings, visit whitelabs.com/education. White Labs is here to assist with your fermentation needs and help grow your operations by providing you with educational training, products and services.

 

Event Tabs

We reserve the right to cancel classes 30 days + prior to commencement in the rare cases enrollment goals are not met or for other reasons. We recommend that you not pay or reserve travel arrangements until 30 days prior to a class to avoid change fees or other expenses. White Labs will refund enrollment costs but not other expenses (such as airline cancellation or change fees) for cancelled classes.