Welcome back to Booch ‘N Beer! This week’s episode features our Juniper Rose Kombucha paired with Working Draft Beer Company’s Future Tense Brut IPA, a local Madison brew. Check out our video to learn more about this awesome pairing. Follow along as we visit our favorite craft breweries and create scrumptious beer
Our new episode of Booch ‘N Beer features a BIG IIPA from Giant Jones Brewing. See how we pair our Mango Turmeric flavor with their Cyclops IIPA. It’s luscious, spicy and just a tad bit tropical. Follow along as we visit our favorite craft breweries and create scrumptious beer cocktails—new episodes coming
Call it a radler. Call it shandy. Call it cyclist. No matter what you call it, we find that a half-kombucha, half-beer combo is an incredibly tasty beverage. In our Booch ‘N Beer series, we’ll show you our favorite pairings using NessAlla Kombucha and local craft brews. Follow along as
Are you ready for the 2019 Beer and Cheese Fest? We are. As you know, this Saturday, January 19th, 2019, NessAlla Kombucha will be serving up samples of our raw, organic, craft brewed kombucha at the 10th Annual Isthmus Beer and Cheese Fest. (Oh, you didn’t know we’d be there?
Moving On Back, To the East Side This week, we moved into our new home at the historic Garver Feed Mill. At approximately 16,000 square feet, the new facility is twice the size of our old space – which means we can make more booch! We are the first tenant
Some occasions call for one drink and one drink only: the martini. This craft kombucha cocktail adds a twist to your standard martini, and then adds a couple more twists for good measure. Thanks to The Flavor Bender for the inspiration for this recipe. Be sure to check out their
This craft kombucha mocktail requires a bit of prep work, but the results are spectacular. Check it out: Step 1: Make the tea Ingredients 14 g. Rishi Tea Blue Jasmine green tea blend 27 oz. (800 mL) filtered water Directions Heat water to 190 ̊F. Steep for 4 minutes. Decant fully.
Plan ahead and this amazing non-alcoholic craft kombucha mocktail is yours to behold! Inspired by a Rishi Tea recipe. Step 1: Make the tea Ingredients 6 g. Rishi Tea Blue Jasmine green tea blend 27 oz. (800 mL) filtered water Directions Heat water to 190 ̊F. Steep for 4 minutes. Decant fully.
Inspired by The Flavor Bender’s Magical Color Changing Cocktails. Check ’em out. Rub lime around the edge of glass and salt the rim. Fill glass half full with crushed lemon ice. Pour NessAlla Lemongrass Ginger Kombucha (or your favorite flavor), simple syrup, and triple sec into glass. Stir to mix.
Don’t just elevate your cocktail game, astral project it into the cosmos with the Galaxy Booch Lemonade. Keep it boozy or make a mocktail. No matter how you make it, you’ll agree that this is one far out cocktail. A big thanks to The Flavor Bender for the inspiration –
Fill 4 double old fashioned glasses with ice and set aside. In a pitcher or quart-sized mason jar, muddle rosemary (if you don’t have a muddler, use the end of a wooden spoon). Add cranberry juice and kombucha, stir gently to combine. Pour into ice-filled glasses, using a strainer if
Hey, NessAlla Kombucha Fans! We’re excited to announce that NessAlla Kombucha is available at a Cub Foods grocery store near you. Stop by any of the following Cub locations now through December 31st and get two bottles of NessAlla Kombucha for just six bucks*: Alexandria, Blaine, Coon Rapids, Crystal, Maple
What rhymes with orange? Sporange. No, it’s not a perfect rhyme, but that’s the answer given by the people who know a thing or two about the English language. Share this bit of trivia with friends (or friendly strangers) while enjoying this versatile craft kombucha cocktail. Mix and match your
This lovely little drink is great as a mocktail, or spiked with a bit of Death’s Door Gin. In a glass worthy of the situation (or whatever you have on hand), add an appropriate amount of your favorite NessAlla Kombucha flavor. Top with a splash of soda water and a
Camp, as in Campari. Ginger, as in NessAlla Lemongrass Ginger Kombucha and fresh ginger. And Gin, as in, well, gin. Voila! Camp Gin Ginger! We recommend Death’s Door Gin, but you can substitute with your gin of choice (but, seriously, get your hands on some Death’s Door Gin). Mix ingredients and