It’s wonderful to be able to announce that Real Kombucha is now available in some of the best restaurants, bars and hotels in Brighton. We’ve been keen to find a way into the legendary seaside resort for some time, and – to be honest – we had assumed that somebody else may well have booched Brighton before us.
However, in the space of a couple of weeks we met with some of the best chefs in the Brighton and Hove (some of the best chefs in the country, to be frank) and, to cut a long story short, booch was shared and friendships swiftly made. In short, we’re delighted to be there.
For a full list of outlets now serving kombucha in Brighton, check out the video below. Alternatively, keep scrolling. We can’t wait to hear how your all-new Brighton booch treats you.
Brighton kombucha: where you’ll find it
- Market Restaurant Bar
- Little Fish Market
- Bincho Yakitori
- Set Restaurant
- Hotel Una
- Hotel Du Vin
- The Salt Room
- Lucky Beach Cafe
- The Coal Shed
- 64 Degrees
- English’s of Brighton
- The Redroaster Cafe
About Real Kombucha
Real Kombucha started at the end of 2015 when founder, David Begg, discovered kombucha in his quest for an alternative to alcohol. Whereas most kombucha brands concentrate on the drink’s health benefits and background as a kind of new age elixir, Real Kombucha saw its potential as something very different.
After almost two years in development and working with nutrition innovator, Adrian Hodgson, Real Kombucha moved from kitchen counter to nano-brewery in the garage and finally into a full-scale brewery nestled in the Chiltern Hills. Real Kombucha launched to the public in the summer of 2017 and the decision to focus on flavour and develop the drink as an alternative to alcohol really worked.
In less than a year, the drink has been stocked by over 30 of the UK’s Michelin-starred restaurants and most fashionable hotels, including Heston Blumenthal’s Fat Duck, the Hix Restaurants group, L’Enclume, Restaurant Nathan Outlaw, Hakkasan, The Pig Hotels group and the Citizen M chain to name just a few. Non-drinkers finally have something to get excited about.
Click to see a full list of UK kombucha outlets.