At Real Kombucha, we see kombucha as the perfect alcohol replacement. Spreading the good word is an ongoing journey, however. On this blog, you’ll see how our story started, where it has been, and where it is headed, as we attempt to help people change the way they drink.
Too Good to Go tackle the food waste problem from inside your pocket. In this interview with co-founder, Jamie Crummie, we discover how.
In the company of Club Soda Guide’s Laura Willoughby, we put 12 non-alcoholic drinks through a quick taste test. Which one have you got your eye on?
They say that young Millennials are turning away from alcohol. We went to interview Sober Girl Society founder Millie Gooch to find out why.
Lucy Rocca, founder of Soberistas, discusses the sinister rise of Wine O’Clock and how she’s questioning our society’s peculiar relationship with alcohol.
Chef Tobyn Excell takes us foraging, using medieval methods to cook modern gastronomic wonders. In this podcast we discover SixSeats and the Sæl Project.
Welcome to the seventh of our Real Podcast series, brought to you by Real Kombucha, and a fascinating chat with Chef Chantelle Nicholson.
Two of the best new non-alcoholic brews on the block come together to discuss the way the non-drinking world is evolving. Real Kombucha meets Lucky Saint.
To celebrate our arrival on the shelves of Whole Foods Market, we challenged Mark Hix, Elly Pear and Joey O’Hare to choose one of our kombucha styles, to create the ideal dish with which to pair them, but to make sure the ingredients were all available in Whole Foods shops across London.
Come on in and eavesdrop on our conversation with River Cottage’s fermentation expert, Rachel De Thample. We have a podcast and blogpost ready and waiting.
The drive down to Axminster is shrouded in fog. The further we move away from London, the less we can see. We pass Stonehenge knowing that it’s there, lurking in the mist, but it might as well be in China for all we can make out. Given that we’re heading for the famous River Cottage… Read more »
In this video and longform interview we meet Jamie Park, head chef at The Frog Hoxton (owned by Adam Handling). He discusses how the food world is changing.