Not drinking? Searching for an alternative?

We all know what it feels like: you are down your cosy local, at a posh do, or out on the town and you end up stuck in the corner clutching a fizzy drink with a straw. Most non-alcoholic drinks have been typically targeted at kids, and can make you feel excluded from the crowd even when you are dressed up to the nines and felt pretty good when you stepped out the door.

That’s why we began brewing Real Kombucha – made by fermenting tea using the same processes as wine or beer, but with the alcohol naturally removed. Our Royal Flush works as a great alternative to Prosecco, our Smoke House is like an amazing scrumpy cider or real ale, and our Dry Dragon is perfect as a sparkling citrus wine.

We’ve made an alternative to alcohol for every drinking occasion, which means that you can rejoin the party.

ALCOHOL ALTERNATIVES, STRAIGHT TO YOUR DOOR

Real Kombucha deliveries are fulfilled nationwide by the following three trusted suppliers. For a monthly subscription, explore Light Drinks.

“Kombucha, like kefir, kimchi and other fermented thing beginning with ‘k’, has been declared a miracle product. Fermented tea, it is often sweetened and flavoured with fruit, but Real Kombucha’s Royal Flush has been left in its pure state. And it’s all the better for it. The slightly vinegary nose gives way to a lovely, deep flavour with a dry spicy undertone. A grown-up soft drink.”
Harry Wallop, writing for The Times

“If you’re sick of ordering Diet Cokes or soda waters in the pub when you’re not drinking, Real Kombucha is the alternative. Not only is it delicious but you’re actually doing something that will benefit your health rather than destroy it… if I had the option I’d drink them every day – they were that delicious and refreshing.”
Miranda Larbi, writing for Metro

“Kombucha might conjure up visions of hipsters in colourful leggings, but Real Kombucha has been brewed specifically as an alternative to alcohol. So good, you’ll find it on the menu at Heston Blumenthal’s The Fat Duck.”
Stylist Magazine