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.
With Christmas party season coming up, the question is: Is yours a supportive work environment, or are you offering the same old Christmas blow-out, one size fits all?
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.
Sober dating isn’t easy, but it’s a whole lot easier if you’re holding a drink that helps you to feel included. Here are our favourite sober dating spots.
As we spend more time with our customers, we find that certain questions around kombucha benefits frequently pop up. We recently looked at the amount of alcohol in kombucha, but we’re just as commonly asked about the amount of caffeine that kombucha contains. So we turned to Real Kombucha founder, David Begg, to try to… Read more »
You must have heard of kombucha by now. It’s everywhere, and everyone seems to be drinking it. OK, maybe not everyone, but it’s certainly gained in popularity recently among the hip bars and high-end restaurants. Why? Well, mainly because it’s a naturally sweet-and-sour drink, brewed in the same way that you might brew a fine… Read more »
Our regular readers will know that we happily support all things in moderation, and that going alcohol-free for occasional periods (such as Dry January) can only be a good thing. Real Kombucha began when founder, David Begg, realised that cutting down on his own drinking highlighted a specific problem – a lack of choice for… Read more »
We often hear in the media that a little bit of alcohol in our diet is good for heart health. That’s what the mediterranean diet is all about, right? But recent data suggests this is wrong, and that in actual fact any alcohol in our diet is bad for heart health. So what on earth… Read more »
Global obesity is back in the news today, so it seems to us like a good time to take another look at the state of sugary drinks on the UK market.